Dr. Steven Harvey, MD
After graduating medical school at Washington University School of Medicine in Saint Louis, Dr. Steven Harvey, MD completed residency training in psychiatry, also at Washington University and at Barnes Hospital. Dr Harvey was involved in research and was first author for peer-reviewed research articles in publications including Biological Psychiatry and the Annals of Clinical Psychiatry. After devoting himself to clinical practice, Dr Harvey has maintained a relationship with Washington University, where he served on the executive council for the medical center's alumni committee, and he also continues to teach and to be on the adjunct faculty.
Doctor Harvey is board certified in general psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and has extensive experience across the diagnostic spectrum. Dr Harvey is an experienced speaker at events, and also performs expert witness work for legal cases. Awards and honors include being named a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, and the Sandoz Award for research. Dr Harvey was named one of America's Best Doctors.
Doctor Harvey is originally from Rolla Missouri, and has made the Saint Louis area his home. He and his wife have two kids. His hobbies and interests include paleontology and electric vehicles.
Dr. D. Troy Curry, MD
Dr. Curry is a graduate of the University of Alabama School of Medicine, and went on to complete her residency in psychiatry there. She is board-certified in psychiatry and sleep medicine, and is a member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society.
Over the years, she has worked in psychiatry and sleep medicine; serving on the boards of the Mental Health Association of Greater St. Louis and the SSM Health Care Policy Institute. During her tenure at the Missouri State Mental Health Commission, which she chaired in her last year there, she served on the joint House and Senate committee addressing mental health insurance parity.
She participated in sleep research studies during her clinical years at St. Luke's Sleep Medicine and Research Center and is the lead author of "Psychopharmacologic Management of Insomnia", published in Psychiatric Clinics of North America. She has maintained her private practice in St. Louis, with special interests in insomnia and its co-morbidities. Her interest in transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) arose from observation of the benefits many of her patients received when they underwent a course of TMS for treatment refractory depression. She is now a part of this well-established team working to alleviate the suffering of people affected by this debilitating illness.
Coordinator of TMS Services
Melissa went to Sanford Brown College for Medical assisting. After years of working for a surgical practice, Melissa accepted a job at TMS St. Louis in 2013, and was certifiied as a deep TMS technician.
Melissa believes that Brainsway Deep TMS is the next up and coming technology that will have a major impact on the future of depression treatment. She looks forward to watching patients who have been suffering for years, improve before her eyes.
In her free time, she enjoys playing outside with her two kids, and having Sunday dinners with the whole family. She also loves country music, and hunting with her husband. Melissa is the kind of person who will go above and beyond to make people smile!
Jillian graduated from Maryville University in 2010, majoring in Psychology and Graphic Design. For Jillian, depression has always been of great interest, and the best part about working at TMS St. Louis is getting to see the smiles return to patients’ faces. In her spare time, she enjoys swing dancing, circus arts, playing hockey (Let’s go Blues!), and getting ice cream with her dog or bestie after a hike. She also has an slight addiction to Candy Crush.
Brooke is a certified neuromodulation technician with previous experience in the psychiatry field. After seeing people she knows suffer from depression, she is glad to be working with TMS and helping people improve their lives. In her spare time, Brooke enjoys watching her boys play sports.
Jonell graduated from the University of Phoenix in 2014 with a bachelor of science degree in psychology. She has held several different positions in the medical field over the years, including lab assistant/phlebotomist, and as a Certified Medical Assistant for a community clinic in San Diego, CA.
Most recently, she did administrative work for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, in support of the Affordable Care Act. What she likes best about working at TMS St Louis are the possibilities; the technology currently being used to treat major depressive disorder is also being studied as a potential treatment for a host of other disorders. In her spare time, she likes spending time with her three granddaughters, cooking for her family, and reading, if she can stay awake long enough.
Outreach and education specialist
Joan graduated from the School of Nursing at Maryville University, and has worked as an RN in psychiatry for more than 20 years. She is also a certified neuromodulation technician. In her spare time, Joan enjoys cooking, being on a beach, and spending time with friends.