Welcome to Medical Psychotherapy

 For Stroke, Dementia and Brain Injury

About Us

Our Mission:

Access to specialized psychotherapy services following stroke, brain injury, and the onset of dementia are often very difficult to obtain, particularly if you do not have access through third party insurance benefits (e.g., motor vehicle insurance). Our goal is to aid individuals who are living with neural changes and who do not have access to these insurance benefits to (re)construct a life of meaning and significance.

Holistic Team:

 Our team of clinicians works together to see each person from a holistic perspective, incorporating both medical and psychological/ neuropsychological principles to build a care plan and move a person forward closer to where they want to be.

Treatment Approach:

Our team will provide thorough assessment to help an individual more fully understand themselves, and their particular challenges, as well as aid their family in more fully appreciating these strengths and limitations. We will work with the individual and their family to determine the right course of treatment -- whether it be from a pharmacological (i.e., medication) or psychotherapeutic perspective. Often both are required to achieve an individual's goals. 

Getting Started

Talk to your family doctor

No referral is required, but we like to work with your family doctor to achieve your goals.

Book an appointment

Contact us yourself or have your family doctor refer you.

Bring your health card and medical information

Please bring any and all medical information that is relevant. The more information we have, the better we can help.


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Contact Us

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Feel free to contact us directly with any questions, comments, or scheduling inquiries you may have.

Please fax any documents to 1 (647) 317-3930


Medical Psychotherapy

11 Bond Street (Suite 103B), Saint Catharines, Ontario, L2R 4Z4, Canada

(905) 346-2532


Tuesday: 12:00 - 6:00pm

If there is a life threatening emergency, please call 911

If you are in need of speaking to someone directly and are feeling in distress, please contact COAST or Niagara Distress Centre at: 1-866-550-5205