Discover a New Approach to Treating Depression with TMS Therapy

TMS Treatment

At New Focus Addiction and Behavioral Health, we understand that there is no single treatment that works for everyone when it comes to addiction and mental health disorders. That’s why we offer Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) therapy as an alternative solution for individuals who struggle with depression. We are able to provide treatment for people who live near Forsyth County, including Atlanta and Cumming, GA. 

TMS treatment therapy room at New Focus Addiction and Behavioral Health

About TMS

New Focus Addiction and Behavioral Health offers BrainsWay’s Deep TMS, which is a cutting-edge technology that delivers magnetic pulses more deeply throughout the brain. Unlike traditional TMS, Deep TMS has been shown to treat a wider array of mental health conditions including depression, anxious depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and smoking addiction.

History of TMS

TMS was first approved by the FDA in 2008. Since then, it has become a popular form of treatment for medication-resistant depression.

Why TMS Works

TMS works by delivering magnetic pulses to stimulate brain activity in targeted areas. During each therapy session, these magnetic pulses stimulate the brain cells in the prefrontal cortex that are under-active in individuals with depression. Over time, this therapy can help to improve mood regulation and cognitive function.

What TMS Does

TMS therapy is a non-invasive procedure that does not involve the use of medication. Unlike traditional treatments, TMS does not have any major systemic side effects and most importantly, has minimal to no downtime.

Clinical professional reaching out

Explaining the TMS Process

During each TMS therapy session, you will relax in comfortable reclining chairs. The sessions are brief (20 minutes or less) and carried out while you remain fully awake and seated comfortably. Activities like reading, watching TV or chatting with the supervising professional are encouraged during this time.

TMS therapy is typically carried out over several weeks. After completing 36 sessions, individuals may experience improvement in their depression symptoms, leading to a happier and more fulfilling life.

Our Areas of Focus


Psychiatric Services


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Behavioral Health Clinic in Forsyth County, GA | New Focus Addiction and Behavioral Health

New Focus Addiction and Behavioral Health

925 Sanders Rd,
Cumming, GA 30041
Suite B

Business Hours:

Monday – Friday
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Saturday & Sunday