We’d like to thank the local chapter of the Georgia Association for Marriage and Family Therapy for inviting us to their Augusta meeting and for listening to what we had to say about TMS as a new paradigm in the treatment of psychiatric disorders.
Talking to a group of professionals can be very stressful, but it sure is fun when they’re interested and ask a lot of great questions. That’s exactly what the GAMFT members did – they asked probing questions about TMS – much appreciated by us.
Here are two tips for taking the panic out of public speaking.
#1. Do more public speaking. It gets better with repetition.
Transcranial magnetic stimulation therapy is incredibly interesting to learn about, and satisfying to practice. It would be impossible for us to not learn something new every day as we strive to stamp out depression worldwide beginning in our backyard of Augusta, Georgia.