Smart TMS Dublin, Ireland

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Treatment Clinic

Our Irish clinic opened in 2017. Located close to Fitzwilliam Square in Dublin city centre, it’s easy to get to by car or public transport. We welcome patients from all over Ireland.

☎ 0345 222 5678

Welcome to Smart TMS Dublin

The clinic specialises in the provision of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation treatment, which is available for a range of difficult mental health and addiction conditions.

TMS therapy is a safe and completely non-invasive treatment which involves no medication, surgery or anaesthetic. Daily sessions are carried out by our trained practitioner over a few weeks, as the effectiveness of treatment builds up over a course of treatment.

Find our Dublin clinic


30, Regus Building, Pembroke House,
Pembroke Street Upper,
Dublin 2, Ireland

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☎ (01) 254 2514



Opening Times

Monday to Friday 9am-5pm

How to get here

Smart TMS is located within the ‘Regus Building’, it has flags outside and is opposite the Embassy for Greece. It is a short walk away from bus stops with routes taking passengers all over the city. The closest bus stop is located on Lesson Street Lower, approximately 3 minutes walk away from the clinic.


Metered parking is available on the street and there are car parks within walking distance.

Meet the Dublin team



TMS practitioner

Joe has always had a natural curiosity to understand how and why people do the things they do. His keen interest in human psychology encouraged him to pursue a BA in Psychology at University College Dublin. It was during his time in UCD that he discovered the intriguing field of Forensic Psychology.

Joe’s interest in Forensic Psychology informed his decision to complete an MSc in this field at the University of Surrey. He completed a range of modules which covered the area in which human psychology and the law intersect and chose to study a novel form of deception detection that had been pioneered by his supervisor in collaboration with the CIA as part of his Master’s thesis.

Joe then returned to Dublin where he held a range of posts in the field of mental healthcare including: Assistant Educational Psychologist, Suicide Risk Assessment Officer, Assistant Forensic Psychologist, and Residential Social Care Worker. He developed a keen insight into the harsh reality of mental health disorders and further honed his empathy. He also learned the subtle art of facilitating therapy and how to score and interpret psychometrics, as well as a variety of psychodiagnostic techniques.

Joe loves rock climbing, slacklining, cycling, motorbiking, drawing, gaming, writing and travelling.

TMS clinic and treatment photos

TMS treatments available

TMS has been proven to treat depression and anxiety as well as other mental health conditions and some addictions. 

Most of the patients we treat here at Smart TMS (around 70%) are suffering from clinical depression – including seasonal affective disorder (SAD), perinatal depression and bipolar disorder.

Is TMS Treatment Right For You?

Try our quick 2 minute questionnaire to see whether TMS treatment could help.

What our Patients Say

I’m still not taking any medication – This is the longest I have been off of anti-depressants in almost 10 years and I am loving not having to cope with the side effects.


For the first time in 24 years, I now feel significantly better; I’ve even started playing guitar and spending time outdoors again. My brain feels alive and the sadness I’ve felt for so long has been replaced by a smile


At the time I received treatment I was my lowest. TMS was a life changer for me. I am certain it saved my life.