• Can I continue to see my therapist in their office at the Argyle?

    In order to ensure the health and safety of Argyle clients, therapists and staff during this COVID-19 pandemic, the Argyle premises will be closed until further notice. Most therapists however are offering telepsychology services. This means that you can continue to have sessions with your therapist through videoconference or by telephone. In rare emergency cases, therapists can meet with clients in person at the Argyle. Furthermore, the Argyle administration can still be reached at 514-931-5629 ext. 1, or though the website.

  • What if my therapist is not available or not offering telepsychology?

    If your therapist is not able to provide therapy at this time, they may be able to refer you to another available therapist. If this is not possible, you can contact the Argyle for a referral to a new therapist.

  • What is telepsychology?

    Telepsychology is defined as the offer of psychological services using telecommunication technologies, including telephone, mobile devices, videoconference, email, chat, text and internet. One or more of these technologies can be used in combination with one another and/or for different purposes. For example, telephone and videoconference can be used for the provision of sessions while email and text can be used for scheduling issues.