Giving Tuesday 2020

Have you been asking yourself what YOU can do to help others during this time of crisis? Join us this December 1st to the movement dedicated to giving back: GIVING TUESDAY after Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Help the Argyle do its work by providing accessible therapy to those in need during this unforeseen times!

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If you would like to support the Argyle, any contribution that you make will be matched with the help of CanadaHelps:URGENT NOTE CONCERNING ARGYLE BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLAN: Click here for information IndividualsOne in four adults go through significant emotional difficulties. We are here to help.Learn moreCouplesMany of the challenges that affect couples arise from everyday


Register to make an appointmentThe Argyle Institute and its personnel are dedicated to helping you find a therapist who can help you with emotional or other mental health issues that you may be experiencing.The therapists of the Argyle Institute have a permit from the “Ordre des Psychologues du Québec” or are Masters Degree or Doctoral

Letty Cox’s contributions to the Argyle

Below are some testimonials to Letty Cox’s contributions to the Argyle InstituteJune 28, 2018I first met Letty in the late 70’s when I was studying Counselling psychology at McGill.She was my supervisor and eventually my colleague. She was inspirational, kind, warm, generous and full of life and encouragement. She was down to earth and easy

Argyle History

The Argyle Institute HistoryThe Argyle institute of Human Relations began in 1982 with the initiative of some of the members of the oldest mental health institution in Montreal, The Mental Hygiene Institute (MHI). The MHI movement was where mental health work began in North America, and Montreal was privileged to have had one. Before formalized

Fundraising (Letty Cox)

The Letty Cox Memorial FundIn order to pay tribute to the contributions of Letty Cox , the founder of the Argyle Institute1, to the improvement of mental health in the Montreal area, the Argyle has decided to create the “Letty Cox Memorial Fund”, whose aims and objectives will be to support the Argyle’s mission of

Fundraising (Wellness Tree)

The Wellness Tree Campaign 2020-21 Mental health problems are a daily reality for many Montrealers and their loved ones. The COVID-19 pandemic has worsened their situation by imposing new challenges on them to which they must face and adapt. Indeed, many people will experience reactions of stress, anxiety, distress and depression. Some will experience sorrow

Governance 2020-2021

The Board of Directors of the Argyle Institute 2020-2021The 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 fifteen members from both within the institute and outside. Directors are elected in late

Internships – Due to the pandemic all courses will be given online

Overview Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Systemic Psychotherapy Social Work OverviewThe Argyle offers Counseling Internships for Students already possessing a Masters Degree in psychology or other mental health discipline or studying for a Degree of Masters of Social Work. Psychodynamic PsychotherapyThis program is offered to master’s, doctoral level students and professional orders (OPQ, OTSTCFQ, etc) equivalencies candidates who wish to

Individual Psychodynamic Training Program (IPTP) – Due to the pandemic all courses will be given online

Psychodynamic psychotherapy is founded on the premise that human problems and behavior are an expression of unconscious forces and internal conflicts. Training in psychodynamic psychotherapy requires a commitment to deepening knowledge through reading and reflection; the ability to approach complex material with an independent mind; the willingness to seek out necessary resources; and the dedication to carrying out program responsibilities