120 Eglington Avenue East,

Toronto ON M4P 1E2


Evidence-based, accessible, and

patient centric integrative psychiatry 

and mental health services



Pharmacotherapy


Psychotropic treatment administered by clinic psychiatrists,




Psychotherapy


Multidisciplinary team of psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists, couple and family therapists, and social workers.



Lifestyle


Modification based on behavior therapy





Mindfulness








Specialty Areas

  • Mood and Anxiety Disorders
  • Life transitions
  • Eating Disorders
  • Marital tension
  • Family Dynamics
  • Interpersonal trauma
  • Coping and personality
  • Family of Origin Issues
  • Hormones and mood
  • PMDD/PMS
  • Perimenopausal mood symptoms
  • Adjustment to parenthood
  • Work/Life balance
  • Health Anxiety Disorders

Couples & Family Therapy


Couples and families seek help for any number of reasons. Just like individuals, couples or families can run into trouble for a host of reasons and therapy can assist in helping sort through all sorts of difficulties. Sometimes couples/family therapy is short term and focused around specific issues, such as learning better communication strategies, adjusting to a life change (getting engaged, marriage, job changes, parenthood, moving) and at other times it is a longer term process within which couples or families explore complicated and painful issues which are interfering with stability of the marriage or family system.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)


Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) focuses on the link between thoughts (“cognitions”), behavior, and emotions. Studies have demonstrated that CBT is the most efficacious form of treatment for several psychological problems, including depression and many forms of anxiety including panic disorder, phobias, generalized anxiety disorder, and obsessions­ compulsions. CBT is a present-focused, skills-based approach to therapy and the emphasis is on understanding the thoughts and behaviors that maintain symptoms, testing out new behaviors, and changing your approach to your thoughts by reframing dysfunctional thinking patterns.

Mindfulness Based Therapy


Based in Eastern-philosophy, mindfulness meditation techniques have been adapted for therapeutic purposes by mental health practitioners representing a variety of different theoretical orientations. Now considered an important aspect of cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness-based approaches have demonstrated efficacy in treating depression, anxiety, emotional reactivity, and certain personality characteristics.

About the Clinic


Established in 2016 by medical director Dr. Renu Gupta, M.D., a licensed psychiatrist, the clinic is a response to the growing need for accessible mental health care in our communities.


The WMH Clinic's mission is to support and promote the mental health and well-being of women, by providing evolving, evidence-based, high-quality, accessible, and patient-centric integrative psychiatry and mental health services. That being said, we accept referrals for all patients on a per need basis, irregardless of gender. 

The clinic's multidisciplinary approach is accentuated by staff with a diverse range of clinical interests and expertise. Our clinicians have both local and international training.


Frequently Asked Questions


I am a future patient, how can I book an appointment at WMH Women's Mental Health Clinic?


To book an appointment with one of our psychologists, psychotherapists, couple and family therapist, or social workers, please call or email our administrator below. We will respond within 24 hrs.


To book an appointment with one of our psychiatrists, patients are only accepted on a referral basis from their family physician (GP). Note that your family or primary care physician must complete the referral form (found on the main 'Home' page) and fax it to the clinic. Patients cannot refer themselves to our physicians, however they can self-refer to our team of psychologists, psychotherapists and social workers.

I am a phyisician, how can I refer patients to WMH Women's Mental Health Clinic?


Please complete the Referral Form on the main 'Home' page, and fax it to the clinic. 


Should you have additional questions as a physician, please don't hesitate to call the clinic directly or email us below.

Contact Us


Phone

(647) 343-4115

Fax

(647) 346-5015


Email

info@wmhclinic.com 


Location

WMH Clinic

307-120 Eglinton Ave. East
Toronto, ON M4P 1E2