Our Mission & Vision

We envision a community in which everyone can experience emotional wellbeing.

The Argyle Institute is a non-profit Montreal based organization offering mental health services and educational programs with the dual purpose of providing affordable services to those in need along with advanced professional training to mental health practitioners.




Clinical membership at the Argyle

Become a member, be part of a community, build up your clientele and serve your community all at the same time.

We’re currently looking for therapists with select specialties to join our clinical team.

Our history

The Argyle Institute was established in 1982 by a group of professionals dedicated to the psychological well being of the community, with the dual purpose of offering excellent psychotherapy services as well as providing advanced training to professionals in the field.

Since then, the Argyle has grown to nearly 600 affiliates, offering couple and family therapy in addition to individual psychotherapy programs with sliding-scale fees, servicing over 1,200 clients per year. In addition to developing an eating disorder clinic, the Argyle is in the process of creating more on-line support groups to help out with realities such as as anxiety and grief, relationship issues, substance abuse, job or business loss, ADD, just to name a few

For a more complete history of the Argyle Institute, click here.

COVID-19 Notice

All non-essential face-to-face meetings and courses will be held online until further notice. Thank you for understanding.

Governance Information

The Argyle is governed by a board of directors made up of volunteers who support our mission. We are committed to the highest standards of service and training. Today, the core mission of the Argyle is to continue to offer excellence in psychotherapy & training at affordable rates.

The Argyle Institute of Human Relations is a not-for-profit organization, recognized by the Canada Revenue Agency as a Registered Charity. The affairs of the Argyle are managed by a board of directors with members from both within the organization and community members from outside the Argyle. Directors are elected annually in the fall by the Annual General Meeting of members for two-year terms, which may be renewed twice. According to the Bylaws, Officers include a President, a Vice-President, a Past-President, a Secretary, and a Treasurer and members at large.

The Argyle Institute

4150 Rue Sainte-Catherine
Westmount H3Z 2Y5 Quebec