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Suzanne Jessee Suzanne Jessee, M.A.

Suzanne Jessee, Founder and C.E.O. of Anew Era TMS is a TMS industry expert. Suzanne is a master’s level clinical therapist and addictions counselor with nearly two decades experience in chemical dependency patient care. Her passion for improving patient’s mental health and her expertise in TMS Therapy technology and business make her a leader in the TMS patient services industry. In addition, Suzanne is a published author, PBS show host, educator, and facilitator.

Office Location:
7677 Center Ave., #405
Huntington Beach, California
92647
United States
Phone: 888-503-1549

Suzanne Jessee has a clinical practice in Huntington Beach, CA

Professional Website: https://aneweratms.com/

August 14, 2018
by Suzanne Jessee

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The 3 Stages of Complex PTSD Recovery

August 14, 2018 21:18 by Suzanne Jessee  [About the Author]

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Most people are familiar with the term PTSD, or post-traumatic stress disorder. PTSD refers to a traumatic event that the individual has witnessed or experienced that they have great difficulty overcoming emotionally. Complex PTSD or C-PTSD refers to ongoing trauma, such as childhood abuse, domestic violence, multiple combat deployments, being the victim of sex trafficking, or being kidnapped for a prolonged time—situations that were ongoing, harmful and abusive, and where the victim feels trapped. [More]

April 29, 2018
by Suzanne Jessee

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Talk Therapy Teams Up With Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

April 29, 2018 17:04 by Suzanne Jessee  [About the Author]

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For decades now the go-to treatment for depression has been antidepressant drug therapy. Back in 1987, Prozac was introduced with much hoopla surrounding this “miracle” cure for treating individuals with major depression. Since then, the pharmaceutical industry has spawned dozens of SSRIs, SNRIs, TCAs, and MAOIs for the purpose of depression treatment. Why then are so many people still depressed? [More]