Meet Our Team At Badlands TMS In Oregon


Badlands TMS takes great pride in being able to offer hope in healing depression through a revolutionary therapy: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation. This transformative treatment provides real, long-term results for people who haven’t found relief through anti-depressants. We are here to help you on your journey to wellness!

Dr. Chad Brown at Badlands TMS helps offer TMS therapy as a depression treatment.



Dr. Brown is a pediatric and adult psychiatrist who has been working in Southern Oregon since 2011. He has a psychotherapy/medication management practice in addition to the TMS clinic.

Dr. Brown completed his child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at the Oregon Health Science University in Portland, OR. Prior to that he did his adult psychiatry residency at the University of Vermont Medical Center in Burlington, VT. Dr. Brown attended medical school at University of Texas Medical School in Houston, TX. He majored in biochemistry and molecular biology as an undergraduate at the University of Georgia.

He enjoys spending time with his family, watching and coaching soccer, and hanging out in his backyard.

Juliana Ayres at Badlands TMS helps offer TMS therapy as a depression treatment.



Juliana is an advanced practice nurse with specialized training in mental health and psychiatric care, who has been working as a nurse in the valley for over 10 years. She has a medication and supportive psychotherapy practice in addition to the TMS clinic. Juliana received her nursing degree from Oregon Health Sciences University and her Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing (PMHNP) degree from Gonzaga University. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy. She is a lifelong learner and continues to expand her knowledge of holistic psychiatric care via self-study and attending professional conferences. She strives for a healthy balance between work and life and spends her free time with her children, hiking, and practicing yoga and meditation.

Leigh Anne Bressler, DO


Hello Bend (and neighbors!) My name is Leigh Anne Bressler, DO and I am currently taking new patients into my outpatient practice. I am working at Badlands TMS/Path to Awareness clinic, which opened in March of 2020. I am new to town but have lived in Oregon for over 8 years. I am an adult psychiatrist but have treated patients throughout the lifespan, from 6 to nearly 100, while practicing in rural Oregon for the last 4 years. I am committed to the non-judgmental and compassionate care of my patients. I aim to meet them where they are and collaboratively work towards changes that improve their lives. I am experienced in traditional psychopharmacological and psychotherapeutic  interventions, while acknowledging the importance of and deepening my practices in novel and alternative approaches to mental and physical wellness. I believe all people deserve to be listened to carefully and heard deeply. I aim to educate patients while simultaneously learning from them in the process we participate in together.

I became an osteopathic physician in 2012 after graduating from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. I then completed an internship and residency at OHSU in Portland, OR. I treat the full range of psychiatric illnesses and will be open to patients 16 years and older. I am available for medication management, psychotherapy or a combination of the two. I will also be helping provide TMS treatment to the community with the help of our experienced technicians.

When I’m not working, I enjoy the outdoors, especially hiking, foraging for mushrooms, disc golfing, and doing anything near water. At home, I love cooking and eating all manners of food with my family. I am an avid live music attendee and traveler. I greatly look forward to serving our community!

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