About Us

Our team provides comprehensive and compassionate healthcare service.

We honor individuality, empower people through open and honest communication and strive to earn the loyalty of every person we serve.

Our mission here at NeuroHealth is simple; to offer a comprehensive, non-judgmental approach for people who struggle with depression. Countless people all over the world have depression and struggle with their circumstances, not knowing what to do. Many people diagnosed with depression use antidepressants, psychotherapy, and alternative modalities to combat their depression. Some have failed a trial of these modalities and feel helpless because of their lack of improvement, but there is hope. TMS is a viable option for the treatment of depression. Our goal is to provide innovative treatment to combat depression and improve quality of life.

Our Team

Jacqueline Lebel, M.D., J.D.

Dr. Lebel was born in Maine and grew up in a Navy family, traveling much before returning to her home of New England during her residency at Brown University. Her family roots are in New Bedford and Cape Cod, with Portuguese, English, Mik’maq, and French-Canadian heritage. She is a board-certified child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist. She completed her medical training at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry in 1997, and her Residency in General Psychiatry and Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Brown University in 2002, during which time she worked at Bradley Hospital and served as Chief Resident in the Child and Adolescent Training Program. Upon completion of her training, Dr. Lebel has been in practice in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, working both in private practice and in community mental health and residential treatment settings. She has expertise in the practice of Adult and Child Psychiatry, is board certified in both specialties, and has interests in the areas of mood and anxiety disorders, autism, developmental disabilities, psychotherapy, mindfulness and transcranial magnetic stimulation. She has been fascinated by the treatment and effectiveness of transcranial magnetic stimulation since she was a resident in training and is happy to be able to offer this as a treatment option for patients. When not working, you will find Dr. Lebel spending time with her family, enjoying the outdoors, cooking (and enjoying!) healthy foods, enjoying standup comedy, and trying to figure out which of her ideas or hobbies to start next.

Associations: American Psychiatric Association, American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Clinical TMS Society

Daniel Comiskey, M.D.

Dr. Comiskey was born in Waterbury, Connecticut and grew up in midwestern Connecticut on a high school boarding school campus, where both of his parents were teachers. His family has roots in the Boston area and in Maine, where he spent much of his childhood summers learning and teaching sailing. Dr. Comiskey is board-certified in both general adult and forensic psychiatry. He completed his medical training at University of Connecticut in 1996, and his Residency in General Psychiatry at Brown University in 2000. He then completed his fellowship in Law and Psychiatry at the University of Massachusetts School of Medicine in 2001. Upon completion of his training, Dr. Comiskey has worked in public sector and forensic psychiatry in Southeastern Massachusetts and New Hampshire. He is currently the Chief of Psychiatry at Bridgewater State Hospital. He has expertise in the treatment of serious and persistent mental illness, and in hospital systems and risk management. He has interests in mindfulness, Buddhism, medical and legal ethics, and transcranial magnetic stimulation. When not working, you can find Dr. Comiskey spending time with his family, running, practicing photography, working on home improvement projects, reading up on Buddhism, and reassuring the family golden doodle that she is indeed wonderful!

Associations: American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law

Jaclyn Kennedy

Jaclyn was born in New Bedford, MA and grew up in Westport, MA. She attended Westport High School, and went to Emmanuel College where she graduated in May of 2023 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a concentration in Counseling & Health, and a minor in Data Analytics. Jaclyn started working for NeuroHealth Consulting shortly after graduating from university, and has been working here since. Jaclyn is the TMS Treater and Coordinator. She conducts the consultations for anyone interested in learning more about TMS, and sets up patients for their daily treatments and is with them from start to finish. She enjoys getting to know each patient that enters the office and loves being a part of their TMS journey. Her favorite pastime activities outside of work include playing Sims, watching live music performances, reading, and spending time with her cat.

Zoe, office support animal can be available upon request

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Dr. Lebel is currently accepting a limited number of new patients for consultation,  evaluation, and medication management with psychotherapy if appropriate.   Please call the office for more information.

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