TMS Solutions is proud to be active in treating depression in Boise and the Treasure Valley. The stigma of mental health is a struggle for most people and families. Many feel shame and are afraid or embarrassed about stepping out and asking for help. We at TMS Solutions understand these difficulties and want you to know that you are not alone.
Idaho Behavioral Health Alliance reported that 1 out of 4 Idahoans live with some form of illness and 13% of Idaho youth (12-17) experienced a major depressive episode. The report also identified that Idaho has the 2nd highest rate of suicide rates in the nation.
If you struggle with depression, if your antidepressants aren’t working, fill out the form to speak with a Patient Advocate today to learn if TMS Therapy can help you with your depression.
•72.45% of TMS Solutions' clinical patients have a response rate with a reduction in symptoms of greater than 50%.
•42.86% of our patients receive complete remission!
Dr. Negron went to medical school at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York, graduating in 1989. He completed his adult psychiatry residency and child adolescent psychiatry fellowship at the Columbia University New York State Psychiatric Institute in 1995. He then became the medical director of child and adolescent psychiatry at East Ridge Health Systems in Martingsburg, West Virginia. He has been in private practice and a Sage Health Care partner since 2000. He is currently the director of adolescent services at Intermountain Hospital, and was a past medical director in psychiatry for St. Alphonsus and St. Luke’s hospitals.
Tamara Helfer, M.D, is a board-certified child/adolescent/adult psychiatrist who cares for children and adolescents with a wide range of psychiatric issues, including depression, anxiety, autism, and mood/psychotic disorders.
Dr. Coire Weathers was born and raised in Boise's north end. After attending the College of Idaho, Dr. Weathers moved to Baltimore, Maryland for medical school. He attended the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Dr. Weathers enjoyed Baltimore and chose to remain there for his residency in psychiatry. Dr. Weathers has always been particularly interested in community psychiatry. As part of his training, he was able to accompany members of different specialties as they went out into the Baltimore community offering psychiatric care to the underserved. Dr. Weathers developed an immediate respect for the mental health providers in Baltimore's inner city who were dedicated to helping people with addiction and psychiatric illness when they had nowhere else to turn. After completing his resid