TMS Solutions is proud to be actively treating depression in Cheyenne. The stigma of mental health is a struggle for most people and their families. Many feel shame and are afraid or embarrassed about stepping out and asking for help. At TMS Solutions, we understand these difficulties and we want you to know that you are not alone.
According to the 2018 Wyoming Health assessment, over 15% of Wyoming residents have been diagnosed with a depressive disorder, and over 3-in-10 Wyoming high school students experience depression. The assessment also identified that 12% of the population dealt with more than 14 days of mental distress per year.
We are passionate in our belief that TMS Therapy can help people overcome their depression and get back to enjoying all the activities Cheyenne has to offer. Contact a Patient Advocate at TMS Solutions in Cheyenne today.
• Over 84% of TMS Solutions' patients experience an over 50% reduction in their symptoms.
• Over 55% of our patients receive complete remission!
• Casper Wyoming Behavioral Institute: 800-457-9312
• Wyoming Suicide Hotline: 800-784-2433
Aaron Meng, MD, FAPA, graduated from The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. He attended the Banner Good Samaritan General Psychiatry Residency Program in Phoenix, AZ, and then the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
He moved to Colorado for the Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship at the University of Colorado at Denver. After spending a couple of years in rural Maine, Dr. Meng, returned to Northern Colorado where he treats adults, teens, and children in a variety of treatment settings.
Dr. Meng first became interested in TMS when it received FDA approval for treating treatment-resistant depression. With each successive medication having less and less of a chance of triggering significant change, and with ECT -- although extremely effective -- so intrusive and requiring anesthesia, having a non-medication, effective approach is a huge benefit for patients.
When he is not working, Dr. Meng spends his time with his wife and two children, enjoying the outdoors of this beautiful state.
My name is Tierra Holland. I was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. I moved to Cheyenne, Wyoming a few years ago with great hopes of helping those in need. I have obtained a Bachelor of Science in Human Services degree from the University of Phoenix with a 3.7 GPA. I have worked in the Human Services field for 16 years within different demographics and providing an array of services. All of my experiences have prepared me to work with TMS patients in several different ways. I am able to show sincere empathy as well as help patients to prepare for a life with gratitude. Being able to see a progression from the foundation through to the finish brings great satisfaction. My grandfather raised me with a saying, “Do what you love, and you’ll never work a day in your life.” I enjoy what I do day-to-day, being able to learn new skills to support, and receiving an unconditional amount of support. I am proud to say that I have fulfilled my grandfather’s motto with TMS Solutions.
Since living in Cheyenne, Wyoming I have adopted several outdoor hobbies such as hiking and stargazing. Never experienced living in a more rural atmosphere and the aspects of it, I have grown to love being in nature and wanting to capture my experiences through photography. During the off-seasons, I enjoy doing DYI projects and painting abstracts canvasses. Fun fact, I am obsessed with coffee mugs and currently have collected 40 mugs in which I am building a DYI coffee self to broadcast my collection. I love to travel and experience the world through my own eyes. I have traveled every state on the West Coast and have set a goal to travel all 50 states in a 5-year time frame. My most beloved experience was when I traveled to Belize and was able to be with the Peace Corps in the Mayan Mountains for a week. Eventually, I would love to join the Peace Corps to work with the underprivileged villages. Being able to experience living in a hand-built hut without power and running water humbled me enough to become more proactive to live a little greener and help save the planet.
Like many of TMS patients, I too have suffered from Depression and Anxiety for many years. During those times, I began to search for a positive role model whom I could learn and benefit from. I chose Maya Angelou because she experienced similar struggles as myself and was able to overcome to achieve greatness. One of her poems, “Still I Rise”, I keep as a daily reminder of what I can overcome despite of my struggles. “Just like moons and like suns, with the certainty of tides, just like hopes springing high, STILL I’LL Rise.” I would love to help TMS patients to believe that they too can RISE above it all.