TMS Solutions is proud to be active in treating depression in Centennial. 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 in your struggle.
A recent Denver Public Health publication noted that one-in-eight (76,100) Denver residents are clinically depressed and most aren’t getting treatment. The impact of depression and not treating depression has many negative effects. Some of the effects are increased chronic health conditions, higher suicide rates, increased substance use, premature death, workplace complacency or job loss, all of which affect the general quality of life.
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TMS Solutions is dedicated to helping you out of the emotional labyrinth of depression and enjoy everything the Front Range has to offer.
•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. Settle attended Northwestern University where she completed both her B.S. in biomedical engineering and her Medical Doctorate degrees. During her undergraduate and medical degrees, she completed medical research in the Departments of Molecular Biology, Physiology and Biomedical Engineering. She completed an internship in Community Medicine and residency training in Psychiatry at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.
She practices general psychiatry and integrative psychiatry in her private practice in Denver, Colorado. She is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) and the American Board of Integrative Medicine (AboIM). She is a clinical faculty member at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in the Department of Psychiatry.
I love working with TMS patients because depression I believe is an intensely individualized experience, and over the course of treatment as patients improve they begin to learn more about themselves. The changes I see in patients from the start of treatments to the end I find are truly life-affirming. Seeing a person have the hope and drive to pursue their happiness after being stifled for so long by the symptoms of depression is a wonderful thing to experience.