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Psychiatric clinic offering safe and effective non-
pharmacological solutions to common psychiatric problems.

Numerous mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, attention disorders, sleep disorders and many others, are commonly effectively treated with psychotherapy and/or medication. However, medication may not be suitable for some people due to inefficacy, intolerance, contraindication or other reasons.

 

For these people, Psysol offers another approach that’s scientifically proven safe, effective and almost without side effects. This drug free solution is neuromodulation, also called neurotherapy, our specialty. It includes the following technics:
– repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation or rTMS;
– Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES);
– light therapy and
– dynamic neurofeedback (dNFB).

TREATMENTS :

Anxiety

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Depression

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Attention Deficit Disorder

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Auditory hallucinations

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Tinnitus

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Chronic pain

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Our services

The Psysol clinic offers an interesting selection of safe and effective non-drug therapeutic alternatives for the most common psychiatric disorders.

ABOUT PSYSOL

Psysol was founded in 2012 by Dr. Lahcen Ait Bentaleb, who at that time was a psychiatrist and associate clinical professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the Université de Montréal, as well as a psychiatric researcher. The goal was to establish a psychiatric clinic that offers safe and effective non-drug therapeutic alternatives to patients suffering from the most common psychiatric disorders.

He brought together the safest and most scientifiquely proven effective techniques. Out of all the available techniques, he chose transcranial magnetic stimulation, cranial electrotherapy stimulation, light therapy, and dynamic neurofeedback.

Although thèse methods can benefit everyone, we favor their use in patients who don’t respond or respond poorly to medication, or who suffer from significant side effects or contraindications when using medication. They are also suitable for those who prefer not to take drugs, to the extent that their condition permits it.

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