Margaret’s Story of Hope with TMS Therapy

When I first came to New Hope, I was in very bad shape. I was extremely depressed and had severe anxiety. My anxiety was such that I could hardly sit still. I did a lot of pacing and felt like I was crawling out of my skin. I had constant panic attacks. I had problems sleeping, frequently spending whole nights not sleeping at all even while taking sleep medication. Antidepressants no longer worked for me. It was hard to be alone. I clung to my sister a lot. I thought about suicide all the time and how I would go about it. I

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Kathy’s Story of Hope with TMS Therapy

TMS Therapy has changed my life.  I suffered from severe medication resistant depression for most of my adult life.  After taking many different medications and a stay in a psychiatric hospital, I decided I needed to find a different treatment for my depression. After some research I found Dr. Hart and TMS Therapy.  Dr. Hart and her staff immediately made me feel like I was a part of their family.  For the first time in almost 20 years I am off all anti-depression medications!  I feel like a new person and my family says that they are glad to finally

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Carol’s Story of Hope with TMS Therapy

I began experiencing periods of depression in my 30’s and 40’s. I really sought no help at that time because it was not a constant problem. By the time I was 50 depression had taken over my life. I was prescribed numerous antidepressants and I went into therapy. The medications would work well enough to take the edge off for a while but nothing I was prescribed really addressed my depression. By the time I was referred to New Hope and Dr Hart I was on 3 strong medications and still had minimal relief. I was skeptical at first about

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Tish’ Story of Hope with TMS Therapy

Today, I will settle in the comfort of the TMS Therapy chair for my 30th treatment. This is officially my last treatment in the series before tapering away from TMS Therapy. I am really happy to report that, even before the end of my TMS Therapy, I’ve noticed positive changes in myself. Over 20 years ago, I was diagnosed with major depression. I’ve tried numerous antidepressants and natural supplements to battle this issue but nothing ever gave me complete relief. I’ve struggled with fantasies of suicide, wishing I would contract a terminal illness to justifiably end my life of misery

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Stacie’s Story of Hope with TMS Therapy

For the last 15 years, because of depression, I have slowly watched my life slip away from me. Despite spending thousands of dollars and desperate attempts trying everything to recover (15+ different anti-depressants, exercise, supplements, dietary changes, meditation, yoga, self-help books, multiple doctors/therapists, etc.), every year saw me fall deeper into the abyss. Not only did I suffer, everyone and everything around me suffered – family, friends, work, home, and church. I could not get enough sleep and I was always exhausted, irritable, worried, sad, confused, and scared. I was not able to provide for the needs of my children

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Larry’s Story of Hope with TMS Therapy

Depression had been a part of my life for a long time. I suffered from muddled thinking, severe anxiety, and a melancholic view of the future. I took the anti-depressant Zoloft for almost 20 years, but the drug eventually lost most of its efficacy and caused undesirable side effects. I became aware of TMS through a televised interview featuring Dr. Cathy Hart. I was immediately intrigued. I decided to try TMS Therapy. Treatment went well and during the last two weeks of my therapy, Dr. Hart reduced my dosage of Zoloft. I have now been off the drug for 10

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Bridget’s Story of Hope with TMS Therapy

Before Dr. Hart, The New Hope Depression Clinic, and TMS Therapy I was lost. I had suffered with horrible depression and anxiety for most of my life. I lived in a deep dark fog. I spent years looking for help. I saw all the “right” doctors and took every medication known to man. Finally I found a doctor who gave me the right medications and talk therapy, and I felt I was doing much better. I felt like I could finally get out in the world and be among the “normal” people. I found a wonderful job, was married to

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