Anxiety, Depression and other Mental Health and Psychiatric Conditions

Our Interventional Neuropsychiatry programs offer the latest advances in care for treatment-resistant mental health disorders.

We offer emerging interventional treatments for patients suffering from conditions such as depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, stress, obsessive-compulsive disorder( OCD), Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and addictions.



Transcranial Magnetic stimulation rTMS

We offer different protocols including qEEG guided rTMS (quantitative electroencephalography).

What is guided TMS?

Guided TMS uses the qEEG brain mapping method to target specific parts of the brain, allowing for a precise and tailored treatment plan and results.

This technique measures existing electrical impulses in the cerebral cortex, as neurons “light up” when we think, act and feel the world around us. Thus, EEG allows us to see brain activity in real time.

qEEG stands for quantitative EEG. A modern type of EEG analysis that involves recording digital EEG signals that are processed, transformed and analyzed using complex mathematical methods. algorithms.


Guided TMS vs Standard TMS

What differentiates guided TMS from standard TMS therapy is that it allows us to tailor your treatment plan and measure the neurological outcomes of TMS in real time. As a result, this makes guided TMS treatment more precise than standard TMS.

The information we gain from qEEG studies allows us to provide personalized TMS therapy guided by your unique brain. waves.

Have a question about Transcranial Magnetic stimulation rTMS treatment?


Ketamine-assisted Therapy

We offer Ketamine therapy treatments through intravenous infusion or sublingual lozenges to aid those suffering from several treatment-resistant conditions such as depression and bipolar disorder.
Our clinics offer a patient-oriented approach focused on safety and optimal patient outcomes.

We have provided more than 1000 treatments since 2019.
Ketamine is legal when prescribed by a medical doctor. Health Canada approves medicines for specific medical uses. Ketamine is currently licensed as an anesthetic in Canada and has been for a long time. Ketamine has traditionally been used as an anesthetic for years. It has recently emerged as a rapid-acting and effective treatment for mood disorders at doses lower than those used in anesthesia.

Have a question about Ketamine Therapy?

Are you interested in learning more about what Ketamine is and how it is used as a treatment? We can help answer any question you may have to be able to understand what we do.


We offer several types of Psychotherapy including:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): CBT focuses on identifying and changing negative thought patterns and behaviors that contribute to mental health issues.
  • Psychoanalytic or Psychodynamic Therapy: This type of therapy delves into a person’s unconscious thoughts and feelings to gain insight into their psychological issues.
  • Humanistic and Person-Centered Therapy: These approaches emphasize self-actualization and personal growth, with a strong focus on the therapist-client relationship.
  • Interpersonal Therapy (IPT): IPT focuses on improving an individual’s relationships and communication skills to address interpersonal issues.
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT): DBT is often used to treat individuals with borderline personality disorder and helps them regulate emotions and improve coping skills.
  • Family Therapy: This approach involves working with families to address issues within the family system and improve communication and relationships.
  • Group Therapy: Group therapy involves individuals with similar concerns meeting together with a therapist to share and work through their issues collectively.
  • Mindfulness-Based Therapies: These approaches incorporate mindfulness and meditation techniques to help individuals manage stress and improve their mental well-being.
  • EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing): EMDR is often used to treat individuals with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and involves desensitizing traumatic memories.

Book a Mental Health Assessment with one of our licensed psychiatrists.


Psilocybin Therapy

Also known as psychedelic-assisted therapy using psilocybin, involves the use of the psychedelic compound psilocybin, which is found in certain species of mushrooms, in conjunction with psychotherapy to treat various mental health conditions. This therapeutic approach has gained significant attention and research interest in recent years due to its potential to help individuals with conditions like depression, anxiety, PTSD, and addiction. Here are some key points about psilocybin therapy:

Psychotherapy: Psilocybin therapy involves the administration of a carefully measured dose of psilocybin in a controlled and supportive therapeutic setting. This experience is then guided by trained psychotherapists who help individuals explore their thoughts, emotions, and past experiences.

Conditions Treated: Psilocybin therapy has shown promise in the treatment of conditions such as depression, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and substance use disorders. Research is ongoing to better understand its effectiveness and safety for these conditions.

The Special Access Program (SAP) is a program run by Health Canada that allows health practitioners (such as licensed physicians) to request, for patient use, drugs that are not sold legally in Canada Only for treatment resistant depression (TRD). Our psychiatrists are familiar with this process.

Setting: Psilocybin therapy sessions typically take place in a safe and comfortable environment, often in a clinical or therapeutic setting. The presence of our trained therapists is essential to provide support and guidance during the experience.

Have a question about Psilocybin Therapy?


MDMA Therapy

MDMA therapy, often referred to as “MDMA-assisted therapy,” is a therapeutic approach that uses the psychoactive substance MDMA (3,4-
methylenedioxymethamphetamine) in combination with psychotherapy to treat various mental health conditions, particularly post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Here are some key points about MDMA therapy:

MDMA: MDMA is a synthetic drug known for its empathogenic and entactogenic effects. It can induce feelings of emotional closeness, increased empathy, and decreased fear and defensiveness. These effects make it a potential tool for facilitating psychotherapy.

Psychotherapy: MDMA therapy involves administering a controlled dose of MDMA in the context of a psychotherapy session. The psychotherapy is typically conducted by trained therapists who guide the individual through the experience, encouraging introspection and exploration of their emotions, thoughts, and past trauma.

Conditions Treated: MDMA therapy is primarily being studied for its effectiveness in treating post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Research suggests that MDMA may help individuals process and alleviate the symptoms of PTSD. Clinical trials are ongoing to determine its efficacy for other mental health conditions.

Setting: Sessions of MDMA therapy take place in a controlled and supportive
environment, often within a clinical setting. The presence of trained therapists is essential to ensure the safety and well-being of the individual during the experience.

Safety and Monitoring: Safety is a top priority in MDMA therapy. The administration of MDMA is carefully monitored, and medical oversight is provided to minimize risks and manage any potential adverse effects.

Legality: Canada recently amended its Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA) to allow for psilocybin and MDMA therapy in limited circumstances. Subsection 56(1) of the CDSA will exempt medical providers from enforcement of the CDSA when providing psilocybin and MDMA treatment to patients suffering serious or terminal health conditions. Thus, providing a new pathway for patients to access psychedelic treatment, and another example of the medicinal approach to psychedelic legalization. Our psychiatrists are familiar with this process.

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Treatment with EEG neurofeedback is based on the theory that once individuals understand their brain activity and learn to manipulate their own brain waves, they will be able to continue to do so, long after the therapy has ended. Some studies have followed patients for as long as 10 years after being treated with EEG neurofeedback and have shown no significant loss of treatment gains.

We apply electrodes to the scalp to listen in on brainwave activity. We process the signal by computer, and we extract information about certain key brainwave frequencies. We show the ebb and flow of this activity back to the person, who attempts to change the activity level.

Have a question about Neurofeedback Therapy?


Are you struggling with feeling hopeless, sad, mentally fragile? Medication is not helping you?


– We collect a brief history of the problem 

– We discuss your medical records if any

– We explain additional testing/evaluation needed

– We explain the costs


A video of a simulated Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) treatment by Domenic Ciraulo, MED professor and Chair of the department of psychiatry and chief psychiatrist at Boston Medical Center, and Maryam Afshar, MED assistant professor. This video is a good representation of the rTMS treatment we are offering at the Montreal Neurotherapy Center. We have improved the life of many people suffering from Depression type illness using this non invasive, painless therapy approved by Health Canada, the FDA and the RAMQ.

What is Neurofeedback?


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Teletherapy and Digital Health

In light of the current situation, we are pleased to offer Telehealth services for mental or neurological disorders. We offer an online physical and cognitive rehabilitation program as an alternative treatment option to meet the individual needs of our clients.