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UCLA: The Leader for TMS Treatment In Los Angeles

Thank you for your interest the UCLA TMS Clinical and Research Program. Our expert psychiatrists have greater experience with TMS treatment than any center in California, providing more than 6,000 TMS treatment sessions every year. We ensure the highest level of care possible through:

  • comprehensive assessment to create a personalized TMS treatment plan
  • measurement-based care to guide adjustment of treatment strategies
  • visiting with a psychiatrist at every treatment session
  • weekly treatment planning meetings
  • modification of magnet location and stimulation frequency as needed to maximize treatment benefit
  • state-of-the-art TMS systems that can provide theta burst stimulation and other advanced treatment options
  • specialized treatment protocols for depression, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), tinnitus, chronic pain, and other conditions

Our team of psychiatrists have advanced training in treatment of mood and anxiety disorders, OCD, and other neuropsychiatric illnesses from children through adults and into late life. As part of the Semel Institute at UCLA, we also are involved in cutting-edge research and developing new and better treatments. Our experience ensures that all patients will benefit from the most advanced treatments available.

We now have launched our inpatient TMS service, which will be one of the few in the nation to offer treatment to patients in the hospital. We hope to use our inpatient services to rapidly reduce depression and suicidality with five days of intensive treatment. We also have established our first community TMS clinic on our new Pasadena campus. We look forward to being able to better serve patients from the San Fernando and San Gabriel Valleys as well as downtown Los Angeles.

Please feel free to contact us directly and learn more about our services.

Andrew Leuchter, M.D.
Director, TMS Clinical and Research Program
Executive Vice Chair, Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences
Associate Director, Semel Institute at UCLA