Dr. Bermudes is currently not accepting new patients
Dr. Bermudes is Board Certified in Adult Psychiatry and Family Medicine, with 20 years’ experience caring for patients. He founded TMS Health Solutions in 2007, serves as the practice’s Medical Director, and is an expert on TMS practice organization and policy development. With his background as a professor and researcher, he leads the practice in its mission to educate the public and clinicians on both mental health issues and TMS, to continually seek the most advanced treatments, and to actively contribute to the medical community’s knowledge of mental health conditions and therapy efficacy.
Dr. Bermudes is a caring, collaborative practitioner with a structured, goal-oriented approach to treating mental health conditions.
Carolina Bonilla, MD
Dr. Carolina Bonilla is Board Certified in Adult and Geriatric Psychiatry. Her areas of expertise include late-life depression, grief, and treatment-resistant depression.
From an early age, Dr Bonilla was keenly interested in human behavior and in neuroscience, and determined to pursue a career in psychiatry. Through her work with geriatric patients, she developed a holistic approach that integrates physical, social, and medical aspects of health. She is rewarded by working closely with each patient, to create a treatment plan that considers the patient’s personal goals, values and specific medical and social conditions to treat their mental health conditions, and make meaningful changes in their lives that enable them to recover and thrive.
A native of Colombia, Dr. Bonilla is fluent in Spanish and particularly knowledgeable about women’s issues and Latin America. She has also a deep appreciation and respect for other cultures, and has worked successfully with patients from many other ethnic, religious and cultural backgrounds.
Marsha Snyder, MD
Dr. Snyder is Board Certified in Adult and Geriatric psychiatry, with over 30 years’ experience treating depression and anxiety, providing organizational leadership, working to improve the quality of the modern medical experience, and seeking advanced treatments for her patients.
After witnessing the toll a long-term illness took on a family member, Dr. Snyder was called to a career in medicine. She became a nurse, and later earned a medical degree so that she could manage her patients’ treatment and affect systemic improvements in care. Dr. Snyder’s later earned a Master’s in positive psychology and applied it to the field of medicine, to not only help cure diseases, but to identify and strengthen assets that help people lead longer, healthier, and happier lives.
As a Dr. Snyder has chaired the psychiatric department of an academic hospital and created programs that foster the well-being of patients, doctors, and medical students. She has also taught and advised residents, as well as authored textbooks on positive health.
Dr. Snyder believes that medicine is not an act to perform on an ill patient, medicine is the patient. She brings her empathy, nursing skills, and extensive knowledge to bear on her work with each person seeking care. She partners with her patients to build trust and understand their particular circumstances and symptoms, so she can develop a deep appreciation of their state. She introduces therapies that reduce or eliminate their symptoms and promote character strength and resilience skills that help her patients flourish.