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"The mission of Contemporary Care is to provide patients with a comprehensive array of novel and established therapies for all and any kinds of psychiatric conditions. This is done in an empathetic, supportive and respectful environment. Our individually tailored treatments are comprised from all available modalities: traditional and established, to novel and cutting-edge."
Visit our media page to watch Dr Perera discuss with other experts in clinical brain stimulation.
Visit the Clinical TMS Society's
Spring Newsletter for the lastest information
on the Society and TMS Therapy.
Contemporary Care is based in Greenwich, Connecticut with affiliates in Danbury, CT and New York City, NY. Our superb team of experts and empathetic clinicians offer novel, cutting edge treatment for a variety of psychiatric disorders.
Our services include:
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)
TMS is a novel, cutting edge treatment for major depression that is FDA approved and recommended by the American Psychiatric Association (APA) for treating adult unipolar depression. TMS is more effective, faster acting, more durable, safer, and certainly more tolerable than conventional medications.
Contemporary Care is one of the most experienced and successful TMS practices in the country. Lead Psychiatrist, Dr. Perera, is the President of the Clinical TMS Society including leading practitioners from across the globe.
Medication management (psychopharmacology)
State of the art medication management for all psychiatric disorders by two of the nation's premier psychopharmacologists Dr. Tarique Perera and Dr. Joseph Deltito.
Several psychotherapy modalities including: Psychodynamic Therapy, Supportive Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), and Couples Therapy by two highly specialized therapists Dr. Lisa Fraidin and Dr. Erica Saypol.
Biofeedback is a therapeutic technique that helps improve mental and physical health and performance by teaching one how to control physiological responses that are normally thought to be involuntary. Instruments are used to measure subtle physical changes, such as breathing, heart rate, hand temperature, sweating, blood pressure, brainwaves, and muscle tension. Dr. Lisa Fraidin provides this effective non-pharmacological treatment approach for many conditions, including anxiety, pain, stress and stress-related disorders, such as headache, TMJ, hypertension, and insomnia.
Clinical TMS Society Conference 2014
Dr Perera president of the society addressing the attendees from around the world.
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