Kathy Daddario, RN, BSN, is the TMS program coordinator and a nurse technician at Sheppard Pratt. She has over a decade of experience in TMS and has served as a speaker for the Clinical TMS Society. Kathy has also assisted in clinical trials for TMS for patients with bipolar disorder.
Before her position as TMS program coordinator, Kathy worked across several of Sheppard Pratt’s programs. She served as lead nurse for The Retreat at Sheppard Pratt, a residential program. She has also worked in the fields of geriatric, adult, and adolescent psychiatry. Prior to coming to Sheppard Pratt, Kathy practiced as a home care and eating disorder nurse at University of Maryland.
Kathy enjoys educating patients and families about TMS, a treatment for depression involving brain stimulation, and providing treatment to patients in a supportive, caring environment.
In addition to her BSN, Kathy has a BS in mass communications and public relations.
Kathy was voted by Baltimore Magazine as Top Nurse in the category of psychiatry and neurology in 2016.
Goldwaser, E. L., Daddario, K., & Aaronson, S. T. (2020). A retrospective analysis of bipolar depression treated with transcranial magnetic stimulation. Brain and Behavior, 10(12). https://doi.org/10.1002/brb3.1805