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Michael Goldsby, Ph.D., CCRP

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Kalea Buzbee,
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Sue Goldsby,
Randi Lane,

Family Psychiatry of the Woodlands is dedicated to offering our patients and the community the best mental health care possible. One of the many ways we achieve optimal care is through the opportunity of clinical trials. Clinical trials can open doors for participants to experience the most advanced technology in pharmaceuticals. Participants can benefit from the most promising drugs, while receiving the most attentive and continuous standards of care. We deeply value the contribution that our clinical trial participants make to the development of safe and effective medications. All our participants receive thorough psychiatric and medical evaluations prior to enrollment in a study and are closely monitored according to the IHC Principles of Good Clinical Practice standards for the duration of the trial. Participants receive all care throughout the trial free of cost.

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Our team conducts phases I through IV psychiatric clinical trials including but not limited to Major Depressive Disorders, Bipolar Disorders, ADHD, Autism, and Schizophrenia.


  • Child & Teen ADHD (ages 4-17)
    Email Sue at or call 832-616-2675 or Kalea at or call 832-616-2673

  • Teen Autism (ages 13-17)
    Email Sue at or call 832-616-2675 

  • Child & Teen Bipolar (ages 10-17)
    Email Randi at or call 832-616-2677

  • Teen Schizophrenia ( ages 13-17)
    Email Randi at or call 832-616-2677

  • Teen Depression ( ages 13 to 17)
    Email Kalea at or call 832-616-2673

  • Adult Treatment Resistant Depression ( ages 18 & up)
    Email Kalea at or call 832-616-2673

  • Adult Bipolar (ages 18-65)
    Email Randi at or call 832-616-2677

  • Children & Teen Migraine (ages 6-17)
    Email Sue at or call 832-616-2675

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  • Does insurance pay for TMS Therapy?
    These insurance providers pay for TMS Therapy: -Aetna -Medicare -BlueCross BlueShield -Tricare -Magellan Health -Cigna -United Health Care
  • How does TMS Therapy work?
    TMS Therapy uses a targeted pulsed magnetic field to stimulate areas of the brain that are less active in people with depression than people without depression. These pulses are similar to those given out by MRI machines.
  • What is the treatment like?
    During treatment, you’ll sit in a comfortable chair with a light-weight device resting on your head. You’ll be awake and alert during the treatment. You may continue your normal daily activities right after treatment is over.
  • How long does each TMS Treament take?
    Each treatment takes 38 minutes. You’ll typically need 5 treatments a week for 6 - 7 weeks to feel better. This is a total of between 30 and 36 TMS Therapy treatments.
  • Does TMS Therapy have side effects?
    Less than 5% of people who choose TMS Therapy experience temporary pain or discomfort near where the device touches their heads. This discomfort usually lasts one week. There is a very low risk of seizure: 1 in every 10,000 treatments.
  • Who should have TMS Therapy?
    TMS is for adult men and women who have major depressive disorder. Depression medications and talk therapy should be tried before considering this treatment. Because TMS typically requires 5 treatments a week for 6 - 7 weeks, people choosing this therapy must be motivated to get well.
  • Who should NOT have TMS Therapy?
    TMS is safe for most people. Men and women who have magnetic-sensitive metal in their heads – such as implants, clips, stents, and devices – should not have TMS Therapy. People with cardiac devices or who have epilepsy or other seizure disorders may be treated with caution using TMS. We thoroughly assess each person in our care, and fully review all risks with them, before we begin TMS.
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