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Mindful Health Solutions – Fairfield

You Deserve to Feel Better

1261 Travis Blvd, Suite #190, Fairfield, California 94533
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TMS Center

We’re a team of clinicians and staff who have dedicated our lives to research, education, and treating those with mental health conditions. We’re especially passionate about helping those with Treatment-Resistant Depression and providing the most advanced therapies available, including Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) and esketamine nasal spray, both FDA-approved for advanced depression.

Mental health conditions can be profoundly painful and isolating, making it difficult to seek help. Our team provides a unique, patient-centered experience to help you find the appropriate treatment and relief from your symptoms. We’re grateful to be practicing psychiatry during this era in which there are so many new treatment possibilities and new hope for those with mental health conditions.

Antidepressants are invaluable aids in the treatment of clinical depression and other mood disorders, but they’re not for everyone. According to the World Journal of Psychiatry, antidepressants don’t improve symptoms in 10–15 percent of people with depression and only partially improve symptoms in 30–40 percent. Also, many people experience side effects from antidepressants that can impact their overall well-being. On the other hand, TMS therapy has shown significantly better results than antidepressants with a small risk of experiencing mild, short-term side effects. One in two patients treated with TMS had a 50% reduction in their symptoms and about 30% of patients experience full remission, which means that their symptoms go away completely. While most patients begin to show improvement after two to three weeks of TMS treatments, it can take up to six weeks to achieve the maximum benefits. It is important to understand that mental health treatment plans are not a one-size-fits-all situation. Treatment plans may take longer or require different treatment option combinations to work best for certain patients. It is important for patients to communicate clearly with their provider about how their treatment plan is working. Collaboration between patient and provider can greatly impact the results of a patient’s wellness journey.
TMS is a safe treatment. While it is a relatively new mental health treatment, it was FDA-approved for the treatment of depression in 2008. Since then, there have been millions of individual treatment sessions performed in the United States. Our clinicians who administer TMS treatments are professionally trained and put each patient’s comfort first. TMS treatments do not hurt during or after each session. There are very few side effects of TMS therapy. Most side effects are mild and short-lasting, and can include: headaches, sleepiness, lightheadedness, scalp discomfort, twitching or tingling of the facial muscles. Many patients find the headpiece to be uncomfortable on their scalp and mild headaches are common during the first few treatments, but these generally go away within the first two weeks as people get used to the sensation. Patients rarely drop out of TMS because of side effects. More serious side effects happen very rarely, but can consist of: seizures, hearing problems from the loud clicking noise that occurs. during treatment, mania, which is more likely to occur if an adolescent has bipolar disorder However, our expert providers will use their professional knowledge to help avoid serious side effects like the ones listed above. Generally, patients will feel just like their normal selves. They will be able to drive and go back to their regular activities. Some people report feeling a little tired or having a mild headache, but that usually goes away after the first week or two. Other people report more energy and better focus, as well as the ability to ignore obsessive, anxious thoughts after treatment.
TMS delivers localized electromagnetic pulses to the prefrontal cortex, which is the area of your brain that regulates mood. These electromagnetic pulses stimulate neurons, which release neurotransmitters and hormones such as serotonin and dopamine. Depression and other mental health conditions are linked to an imbalance of these neurotransmitters. TMS for depression works to restore that balance and can provide a more lasting impact on relieving depression symptoms than other treatments, such as antidepressants. During a TMS treatment, the patient sits in a comfortable chair while the TMS coil is properly set in place on their head. (While this may sound intimidating, it really isn’t!) After the headpiece is in place, electromagnetic pulses are sent to the prefrontal cortex, which is the area of the brain responsible for mood. While the pulses are being sent to the brain, patients can watch TV, listen to music, or talk with our staff. If they want and are comfortable, they can also have a friend or family member in the room with them during their TMS treatment session. Each treatment lasts about 20-30 minutes. The full course of treatment of TMS for depression will generally be five days a week for four to six weeks. We know that coming in five days a week for weeks on end is a commitment, but the results could impact your mental well-being for a lifetime.
Anxiety is sometimes treated with TMS, along with migraines and OCD. There is evidence that TMS may help for schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, certain types of chronic pain, smoking cessation, PTSD, and autism in adults. There is also evidence TMS may help in recovery from stroke. There is evidence that it may help in mild dementia and certain other neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis may benefit as well.
Yes! Most major insurances cover TMS, and we’ll work directly with your insurance provider on your behalf to help you get covered.
OPENING HOURS
monday   9AM-6PM
tuesday   9AM-6PM
wednesday   9AM-6PM
thursday   9AM-6PM
friday   9AM-6PM
Treatments
Medication Management
Talk Therapy
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)
Spravato (Esketamine)
Ketamine Infusion
Psychiatric Services
Conditions Treated
Major Depressive Disorder
Anxiety
OCD
Bipolar Disorder
PTSD
Depression
Accepted Insurances
Blue Cross
Other
TriCare
VA-TriWest
Kaiser
Anthem
BlueCrossBlueShield
Cigna
Magellan Health
Aetna
MHN
Optum
United
Manufacturers Used
MagVenture

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Providers

Kevin Rosi

During his medical school rotations, Dr. Rosi found that the ongoing nature of the psychiatrist-patient relationship enabled him to develop a more complete understanding of his patients and was heartened that this work helped them to transform their lives.

Dr. Rosi believes in building a trusting working relationship with his patients through open communication and educating them about all available modalities so treatment decisions can be made collaboratively.

Using a holistic approach that emphasizes pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatments, including psychotherapy, neuromodulation, and developing healthy living habits, Dr. Rosi works together with his patients toward the goals of symptom elimination and restoring health. Currently, he is seeing patients ages 14 and older.

When he’s not in clinic, Dr. Rosi enjoys hiking in the mountains, as well as playing basketball and soccer.

Andrew Kuhle

Dr. Andrew Kuhle has always been the friend that people have been able to turn to and consider a good listener. He loves hearing people’s stories. While initially interested in psychology- and receiving his undergraduate degree in it- he initially resisted the inclination to go into psychiatry during medical school. However, during his clinical rotations, his psychiatry rotation was the one that left him feeling the most excited, engaged, and “alive”. He recognized this was his calling and continues to feel humbled and grateful for his work with patients. 

Dr. Andrew Kuhle is very collaborative and views the patient/doctor relationship as a partnership. He is interested in getting to know his patient beyond just their symptoms. He wants to understand their background and their values. During the first appointment, he will spend time learning about childhood history, relationships, strengths, weaknesses, passions and interests, and short-term and long-term lifetime goals, all of which influence not just his diagnosis but also treatment goals. He highly values honesty and is straightforward about the pros and cons of any treatment. He wants his patients to feel confident that they have enough information to decide their treatment course. 

While being very positive about medications and psychopharmacology, he recognizes for many patients, antidepressants may not be enough to improve overall well-being. He is pleased to offer Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) and esketamine nasal spray in this practice and as part of his arsenal of treatments. He considers both to be cutting-edge treatments that show great promise in helping patients find relief and recovery. 

Zlata Karaga

Zlata Karga is a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner whose specialties include treating psychological trauma, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, and depression.

Zlata grew up in Soviet Ukraine, and her experiences there had a major influence on her choosing mental health as a career path. While in Ukraine, she earned her master’s degree in philosophy and political science from State Schevchenko University in Kyiv. After moving to the United States, Zlata went back to school and earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and began working in psychiatry. She continued her education to become a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and later became a Doctor of Nursing Practice.

Her treatment style is notable for humor, flexibility, and thinking outside of the box.
She developed her own treatment approach combining traditional medication therapy with individualized therapeutic measures based on her experience and background in ballet, art, philosophy, and natural healing approaches. 

Rebecca Currie

Rebecca Currie is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who is joining Mindful Health Solutions as a Psychotherapist. She specializes in working with children, adults, and families who are experiencing challenges with Anxiety, Depression, Adjustment Disorders, PTSD and other mental health concerns often caused and exacerbated by complex trauma. Modalities she likes to utilize within treatment include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Strength-Based Therapy, Client-Centered Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Play Therapy.

She decided to join Mindful Health Solutions in order to work with innovative treatments such as Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) therapy and esketamine treatments, as well as to work in a patient-centered environment. In her opinion, sometimes traditional psychotherapy or psychiatry is not enough and she would like to work collaboratively with other team members to support patients through various alternative treatments.

As a Psychotherapist, Rebecca Currie wants to provide a safe and supportive environment to promote growth and self-reflection while educating and providing practical skills to my clients to incorporate into their lives. She works collaboratively with her clients and uses an integrative approach while tailoring her therapeutic approach to the needs of the client or family system. She chose a career in the mental health field to help others who are experiencing mental health concerns and have experienced trauma. Overall, she wants to be able to help support clients and families in understanding and coping with their mental health concerns in order to live successful and meaningful lives.