Alternative Mental Health Therapies That Work

Our patients find depression and PTSD relief even after
other treatments or meds haven’t worked.
SCHEDULE EVALUATION

Alternative Mental Health Therapies That Work

Our patients find depression and PTSD relief even after
other treatments or meds haven’t worked.
SCHEDULE EVALUATION

TMS Therapy, Ketamine Treatments, IOPs, Neurofeedback & more in our Santa Monica Clinic

Many sufferers of depression, PTSD, anxiety, bipolar, and OCD have been prescribed anti-depressants (SSRIs) with limited success and disruptive side effects. Our individualized

approach to mental health embraces multiple alternative therapies that may be employed in conjunction with traditional psychotherapy methods.

Our success rates are incredibly promising, in particular with people who have struggled with traditional meds or treatment resistant depression. Our highly personalized TMS treatment plans have been shown to be 92.5% effective when tailored to your needs

Services offered at the Santa Monica clinic:

TMS  |  Personalized TMS  |  Theta Burst Stimulation  |  Ketamine nasal spray  |  Ketamine rapid dissolve tablets (RDTs)

Ketamine infusions  |  Neurofeedback  |  Biofeedback  |  IOP  |  Psychiatry  |  Therapy (includes CBT, DBT, EMDR etc)

Phone:
(833) 867-2329

Fax:
(833) 867-3757

Office Hours:
Mon-Fri: 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Sat-Sun: Closed

Location:
TMS & Brain Health Santa Monica
12381 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 205
Los Angeles, CA 90025

TMS & Brain Health’s Santa Monica office offers alternative mental health treatments to residents throughout the Los Angeles area. We provide ketamine treatment (ketamine infusions and esketamine nasal spray), TMS therapy, neurofeedback, EMDR therapy, and other services to support mental wellness including a comprehensive intensive outpatient program. These medication-free treatments are designed to help with anxiety, depression, PTSD, OCD, and more.

Santa Monica, California is located in Los Angeles County, a beach town on the Pacific Ocean, just west of downtown Los Angeles. It is one of the nation’s most famous cities, bordered by Venice Beach, West Los Angeles, Brentwood, and Pacific Palisades. It is a hotspot for tourism and celebrity resorting, as it rests directly on the coast.

City population of Santa Monica is estimated at about 90,400 as of 2019.

Popular attractions include the Santa Monica pier, Pacific Park, and Palisades Park. Santa Monica also prides itself on delicious and unique local cuisine, strong community, and cultural prosperity. Other well known community the Annenberg community beach house, the Cove skate park, or any of their historic landmarks for a taste of what Santa Monica has to offer.

The famous Santa Monica Freeway, I-10, is one of the busiest freeways in North America. It begins at the Pacific Ocean and continues all the way across the country to Jacksonville, FL.

This town fosters the arts, creativity, and wellness, with frequent community-building events that emphasize diversity and inclusivity by giving a spotlight to local artists and business owners.

The coastal city has emphasized the importance of environmental sustainability by aiming for carbon neutrality by 2050. The city also hosts local farmer’s markets and community gardens. Their open-minded outlook extends well beyond the environment, and into mental health.

Santa Monica’s progressive and prosperous nature puts it at the forefront of modern medicine, making it the perfect home for TMS & Brain Health. In fact, the city’s Latin motto is “populus felix in urbe felice”, which translates to “happy people in a happy city”.

Two higher education facilities are located in Santa Monica: Santa Monica College, which is a community college. And Frederick S. Pardee RAND Graduate School.

The local mental health department is the largest in the United States, offering over 80 direct services to residents and partnering with more than 700 unique providers. This includes a community project with Santa Monica Human Services called “We Rise”, an effort to unite residents with educational events that promote mental health empowerment and destigmatization of mental health challenges.

TMS & Brain Health is not a healthcare provider and does not render any psychiatry or other medical services, including but not limited to TMS, Ketamine, or Neurofeedback. IOP services are rendered through a separate, affiliated entity. Rather, TMS & Brain Health performs administrative services for various psychiatrists and/or psychiatry and/or medical practices.  Further, this website does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. More information can be found at our disclaimer page.