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TMS Practitioners Accepting Insurance?

Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by Darin, Aug 26, 2021.

  1. Darin

    Darin Newcomer

    Hi All,

    I'm looking for a TMS-trained therapist for help with managing anxiety (and corresponding TMS symptoms).

    The list below seems to be a tad outdated and it isn't clear which providers accept insurance:
    https://www.tmswiki.org/ppd/Find_a_TMS_Doctor_or_Therapist (Find a TMS Doctor or Therapist)

    I live in Maryland and face-to-face sessions would be ideal. Though virtual sessions could work as well.

    Thanks in advance for any tips or recommendations!
  2. Darin

    Darin Newcomer

    Oops - I didn't realize the "Survey Response" link for each provider indicates whether they accept insurance. My bad!

    However, if you're reading this and you know of a therapy provider in Maryland that accepts insurance, and is not on the list, I'm all ears/eyes :)
  3. hawaii_five0

    hawaii_five0 Well known member

    hi Darin: he does not accept insurance, but I saw Dr. Harold Goodman, an osteopath, for the first time this week, in person, and will go back. He is in Silver Spring, MD. He is a real old-school healer kind of guy.

    I wrote a brief recap of my visit in this General Discussion forum a few days ago. Dr Goodman also has a post on here of him resolving his own insomnia TMS. He knew Dr. Sarno. But he does not take any insurance. I think mainly just so that he can limit his practice to seeing only a few patients/day.
  4. Darin

    Darin Newcomer

    Thanks for the recommendation! I'll check him out

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