CenterForNeurotherapeutics.WebsiteServiceBannerThe Center for Neurotherapeutics (CFN), located at PrairieCare’s Edina location, focuses on specialty care for complex neuro-psychiatric disorders. Our services span a variety of diagnoses and treatment modalities. PrairieCare’s Center for Neurotherapeutics will offer a vast continuum of care utilizing multidisciplinary teams to provide individualized treatment.

Services offered at CFN:
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Clinic
First Episode Psychosis Clinic
First Episode Intensive Outpatient Program
Medication Management
Individual and Group Therapy
ART: Accelerated Resolution Therapy
Nursing Support
Psychiatric Laboratory Services
Health Coaching


TMS Clinic Hours: Monday thru Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is an evidence based non-invasive procedure used for the treatment of medication resistant depression. Through the use of a Brainsway helmet, pulsating magnetic fields are used to increase activity in the frontal lobe of the brain with the goal of total remission from symptoms of depression. The use of TMS for treatment of depression has been found to be not only highly effective in reducing symptoms, but also cost effective for patients. To be eligible for TMS treatment patients must have a diagnosis of Major Depression, recurrent, severe. Patient must also must have tried four medications without improvement and a sufficient trial of evidence-based psychotherapy.

  • 30-37 Treatments over 8-12 weeks, as recommended by TMS doctors
  • Appointments typically last 45 minutes
  • In addition to TMS treatment, patients will meet with a TMS doctor regularly throughout treatment
  • Please refer to the “TMS Roadmap” for a more detailed description of a typical TMS treatment at PrairieCare.

The completion of a phone screen and TMS Doctor Referral Form is required to schedule a TMS consultation. If you have questions regarding TMS please contact a TMS coordinator at 952.737.4510 or at .


First Episode Clinic Hours: Monday thru Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm
Led by Director, Dr. Suzanne Jasberg the first episode psychosis clinic focuses on the early assessment and treatment of people experiencing their first episode of psychosis. Psychotic symptoms can be caused by multiple different etiologies and are treatable. Symptoms of psychosis can include hallucinations, delusional thinking, disorganized thinking or speech, cognitive difficulty, lack of motivation, isolation and difficulty in school or work. If yourself or a loved one may be experiencing symptoms of psychosis, an evaluation for possible treatment in the clinic is available.

First Episode Psychosis Intensive Outpatient Program, Elevate

Elevate is an intensive outpatient program for adults experiencing their first episode of psychosis. The Elevate program utilizes key concepts from the NAVIGATE program, the first evidence based treatment manual for recovery after an initial episode of psychosis. The Elevate program focuses on reduction in symptoms, reduction in substance use, healthy lifestyle choices, and stress management. Clients utilize these skills to work towards individual goals, often returning to work or school. We strive to develop long term, and meaningful relationships with our clients, to help support each individual on their path.

  • 12 weeks in duration
  • Groups meet 3 days per week from 1:00pm to 4:00pm (Monday/Wednesday/Friday)

Healthcare professionals and provider referrals, please contact the Adult IOP Admissions line for First Episode IOP 952.826.8475.

For questions, please contact the Center for Neurotherapeutics, at 952.826.8478 or

Forms & Program Flyer(s)

Elevate Intensive Outpatient Program
TMS Roadmap