Our psychology-led multidisciplinary clinic, providing specialized mental health services to those in high-stress vocations, including first responders, military members and veterans, and their families.
· A relatively recent review and set of treatment guidelines from the Clinical TMS society, an international body of TMS researchers and clinicians.
· A fairly recent quantitative review of the entire RCT literature for rTMS for depression. It gives a sense for how extensively rTMS for depression has been researched.
· A recent meta-analysis of rTMS for several different anxiety disorders, including PTSD. Anxiety (and, more generally, hyperarousal) is among the more disabling and difficult-to-treat aspects of PTSD.
· The first published application of the intermittent theta burst (iTBS) protocol to PTSD. It is also one of the few studies that measured both quality of life and occupational/social functioning as outcome variables.
Cost–Utility Analysis of Electroconvulsive Therapy and Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Treatment-Resistant Depression in Ontario (The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry)
Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for TreatmentResistant Depression: An Economic Analysis (Health Quality Ontario)
What Is the Fit Between Mental Health, Mental Illness and Ontario’s Approach to Chronic Disease Prevention and Management? (Canadian Mental Health Association)