TMS Solutions is proud to be actively treating depression in Grand Junction. 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 want you to know that you are not alone.
In 2018, Mental Health America ranked Colorado as 43rd in the states for best mental health. That means there are 42 that rank higher for good mental health. A Denver Public Health study found that 1-in-8 residents is suffering from clinical depression.
Colorado Mental Health Rankings:
• Over 84% of TMS Solutions' patients experience an over 50% reduction in their symptoms.
• Over 55% of our patients receive complete remission!
• Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-784-2433
• Colorado Crisis Services: 1-844-493-8255
• Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners: 1-888-885-1222
• Community Care of the Grand Valley: 970-644-3740
• Mind Springs Health: 1-888-207-4004
Dr. Bob Sammons received a bachelors and masters degree from Auburn University, a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and a Medical degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He did a residency in Psychiatry at the University of Virginia as well as a Forensic Psychiatry fellowship. While a Captain in the U.S. Air Force he helped set up and run the treatment phase of the Air Force Drug Treatment program. He has practiced adult psychiatry in Grand Junction for 29 years.
He received training in TMS in 2006 from Dr. Alvaro Pascual‑Leone, from Dr. Mark George in 2017 and returned to Harvard for Dr. Pascual-Leone's intensive course in TMS in 2018. He is the Chief Medical Officer for TMS Solutions with TMS offices in various locations in the Western United States. Having joined the faculty of the University of Washington Medical School, Dr. Sammons wrote and implemented the curriculum for the fourth year psychiatry residents' TMS rotation through TMS Solutions' Spokane clinic. He is a member of the Clinical TMS Society and serves on four national committees. He has been known to cook a little BBQ.