Third Annual Gala and Convocation Dinner

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Reservations are available for the 3rd Annual Gala and Convocation of CTMSS Fellows. 

Join us Friday, June 14, 2024, as we honor the 2024 CTMSS Fellows at One Great George Street for a celebration dinner and a special presentation from Monica Bernhard, CEO of Kitsap Mental Health Services (KMHS). Monica will share how the addition of the Neil S. Hirsch TMS Center, funded by the Foundation for the Advancement of Clinical TMS (FACTMS), at KMHS would benefit clients with treatment-resistant Major Depressive Disorder.

We are excited to announce this year's Clinical TMS Society Fellows award recipients!

Rebecca Mae Allen, MD, MPH

Erin Amato, MD

Steven A. Harvey, MD

Christina A. Hughes, MD

Carlene MacMillan, MD

Leon Michael Rozewicz, FRCPsych, MBBS, MRCG

Saad Adnan Shakir, MD

Theodore Wirecki, MD

NEW this year ... sponsor a table for the event and receive 10 seats, sponsor recognition/signage, and front row seating. 

*Registration for this event is separate from the Annual Meeting registration. Space is limited, so register today!

Keynote Speaker: Monica Bernhard

Chief Executive Officer Monica Bernhard leads Kitsap Mental Health Services, a community behavioral health provider located in the northwest corner of Washington State. KMHS has been providing comprehensive, recovery-oriented behavioral health care since 1978, primarily serving low-income and uninsured individuals with moderate to severe mental illness and/or substance use disorders. The agency has 600 employees, and offers a variety of outpatient, inpatient, residential and crisis services. 

Monica began her career in the telecommunications industry before switching to nonprofit organizations, where she has held many leadership positions in the community. At KMHS, her roles have included chief financial officer and chief operating officer prior to becoming CEO in 2022.  She has a bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Washington, a master’s in finance from Seattle University and an executive certificate in Non-Profit Leadership from Duke University.

Monica is a strong advocate for equitable access to housing, mental health and substance use treatment services, regardless of an individual’s ability to pay. She will be speaking about the community mental health system in the United States, and how the addition of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation at KMHS will be life changing for clients who have struggled for years with Major Depressive Disorder that has been unresponsive to other therapies.

June 14th, 2024 from  7:30 PM to  9:30 PM