How to Use this Website
As a Clinician
It is simple and easy to register to use the TMSWorkbook.com as a clinician.
As a clinician you complete the short registration process, once, for all your patients.
During the few minutes it takes to register you will provide contact information for yourself and your technician(s).
Registering with our website, will populate you in the FIND A CLINICIAN feature of our website which can drive further patients to your practice.
Once you are registered you can receive access to the TMSWorkbook.com materials, by logging into the website and
1. purchasing an access code
2. and assigning/authorizing* a patient to the access code
*When assigning and authorizing the patient to use the access code you will have to agree to the Website Terms of Service for Clinicians noting that you approve your patient’s use of the TMSworkbook.com and accept responsibility for your patient’s care.
If you are a clinician, a doctor or prescriber of TMS for patient care, CLICK HERE to register to start using the TMSWorkbook with your patients.
As a Technician
It is simple and easy to register to use the TMSWorkbook.com as a technician once the clinician you work with is registered.
As a technician, you complete the short registration process, once. The supervising clinician you work with will approve your access to the website so that you may monitor patient participation and help improve patient outcomes.
During the few minutes which it takes to register, you will provide contact information. Once you are registered you can review patient access to the TMSworkbook.com materials (when at least one patient is registered).
You and the prescribing clinician will be able to access the site to monitor your patient(s). A technician/treater has to agree to the Website Terms of Service for Technicians, noting an understanding of the privacy policies for your office and of HIPAA, and acceptance of responsibility for the patient’s care with the supervising clinician(s).
You can register AFTER your supervising clinician is registered by going to the “REGISTRATION” tab and selecting “Technician Registration.”
As a Patient
If you have been directed to our website by your clinician, you should have been given an access code or told how to register by your clinician or TMS technician.
If you have found us on your own, we welcome you. Please feel free to review the “FIND A CLINICIAN” section under the Information menu tab. Here you can see the clinicians who are already registered with our website. These cutting-edge clinicians know the current research and know that combining therapeutic tools with TMS therapy can improve patient outcomes.1, 2, 3, 4, 5 We believe that the TMSWorkbook.com combined with Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation can help get patients to remission by prompting the technician, and clinician to work with the patient comprehensively towards wellness.
If you are searching as a patient and found our site, please know that you are welcome to Register as a patient under the REGISTRATION menu tab, but you will not be able to access materials in the workbook until your clinician approves your access to the site with TMS treatment. The reason for this limitation is that the content is clinician and technician supervised so that you will be safe and monitored while using the tools in the program.
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2. Isserles M, Rosenberg O, Dannon P, Levkovitz Y, Kotler M, Deutsch F, Lerer B, Zangen A. Cognitive-emotional reactivation during deep transcranial magnetic stimulation over the prefrontal cortex of depressive patients affects antidepressant outcome. J Affect Disord. 2011 Feb;128(3):235-42. doi: 10.1016/j.jad.2010.06.038. Epub 2010 Jul 21, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20663568
3. Donse, L, Padberg, F, Sack, AT, Rush, AJ, and Arns, M. Simultaneous rTMS and psychotherapy in major depressive disorder: clinical outcomes and predictors from a large naturalistic study. Brain Stimulation Journal. 11, 2018, 337-345, https://www.brainstimjrnl.com/article/S1935-861X(17)30960-9/fulltext
4. Russo, G, Tirrell, E, Busch, A, and Carpenter, L.L. Behavioral activation therapy during transcranial magnetic stimulation for major depressive disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders. 2018 April 236:101-4, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0165032718300272?via%3Dihub
5. Firth, J, Torous, J, Nicholas, J, Carney, R,, Pratap, A, Rosenbaum, S, Sarris, J. The efficacy of smartphone-based mental health interventions for depressive symptoms: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. World Psychiatry. 2017;16:287–298, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5608852/