TMS NeuroHealth Centers and Tysons Psychiatry Announce New Group Therapy and Support Groups

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TMS NeuroHealth Centers is pleased to announce that they will be offering five new Group Therapy and Support Groups.

TMS NeuroHealth Centers

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Group therapy plays an important role in letting those who face health issues like depression know that they are not alone and that there are others with the same challenges.

The groups include Women and Cancer and Women in Transition, both facilitated by Catherine Dalton, LCSW, Adult Depression and Adolescent Depression, facilitated by Robin Jahanian, LCSW and Adults with Addictions, with Monica Barrett, LPC, NCC. These groups are starting this Spring, running after business hours and on Saturday.

“We offer a safe space to share your thoughts and experiences with others in a supportive environment,” commented Dr. Niku Singh, Medical Director of TMS NeuroHealth Centers, Tysons Corners, “Group therapy plays an important role in letting those who face health issues like depression know that they are not alone and that there are others with the same challenges.”

Kelli Walker, Center Manager at TMS NeuroHealth Centers, encourages anyone interested themselves or on behalf of a loved one, to call her and find out more. “All groups are open for referrals and self sign-ups. Specific dates and times will be determined based on demand and we will do our best to accommodate your requests.”

The groups will be held at TMS NeuroHealth Centers located at 8405 Greensboro Drive Suite 120, Tysons Corner, McLean, VA. To learn more about one of our groups, please contact Kelli Walker at 1.855.333.4TMS (4867).

About TMS NeuroHealth Centers
TMS NeuroHealth Centers are medical centers dedicated to helping those affected by neurological disorders live better lives. TMS NeuroHealth Centers provide access to the best medical expertise and the latest medical technology in the field of neurology. The first TMS NeuroHealth Center opened in Tysons Corner (McLean, Virginia) in November, 2011. To find out more, visit http://www.tmsneuro.com

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