Mental Health in Numbers

More and more Canadians are looking for a therapist every day, and standard treatment alone can’t meet the demand. One in five Canadians are living with a mental health problem or illness (source: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health). Canadians report worsening mental health since the COVID-19 pandemic started, leading to increased disability claims in Canada with little access to support (source: Canadian Institute for Health Information).

Prevalence of Addiction

Almost 300 million people around the world use mind-altering substances, with alcohol being the most prevalent, and about 10%, or 31 million people, suffer from addiction³.

We treat the root causes of mental health and addiction.

Our practice was founded to provide long-lasting change within this industry, our community, and with our clients. Data supports rapid resolution of suffering from PTSDdepressionanxiety, and more.  Often people suffering with trauma and severe mental health also struggle with addiction and chronic pain.

Our revolutionary treatment model uses our proprietary medical protocols and purpose-built clinics to provide medically enhanced therapist services as part of an intensive outpatient program focusing on evidence-based trauma therapy.

By fusing a bio-psycho-social-spiritual treatment model with medically assisted therapies, patients may overcome deeply embedded traumas that prevent them from living fully in their everyday lives. Our programs are based on evidence and data but our approach is personal because we know it’s vital that people feel safe to be vulnerable during this process.

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a secondary shadow pandemic with unprecedented rates of mental health problems in the public. Our current system is not adequately prepared to deal with the incoming wave. We are proud to treat all our fellow citizens.  If you are suffering, The Newly Institute can help.


Many people use alcohol or drugs to reduce the intrusive thoughts, poor sleep, and even nightmares that result from childhood traumas or a specific traumatic event. Failure to treat the underlying trauma and consequent mental health conditions of those trying to recover from addiction leads to a predictably high risk of relapse.

The Newly Institute is dedicated to treating trauma and other comorbid mental health disorders to help people recover and stay recovered from addiction.

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Anxiety is an often-debilitating disorder that can greatly affect someone’s day to day life. People suffering from an anxiety disorder may have recurring worrying thoughts, difficulty sleeping, and physical symptoms such as body aches and pains, increased heart rate, and prolonged exhaustion. Anxiety attacks can impact their ability to work, sleep, and perform basic day-to-day activities.

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Psychology for Anxiety

Chronic Pain

Chronic pain can affect people of any age, gender, and lifestyle, and can develop from a range of initial triggers. Chronic pain sufferers may be experiencing the long-lasting effects from a previous injury, comorbid effects from an illness or other chronic health condition and may experience the pain continuously or sporadically. Without treatment, most chronic pain will last a lifetime and can drastically reduce quality of life.

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Depression has an impact on every aspect of a sufferer’s life, and individuals struggling with symptoms of depression experience more than just prolonged low mood. It has a negative impact on sleep, blood pressure, appetite, and ability to work, exercise, and socialize. While it is estimated that 5% of the global population suffers from depression at some point, there are many undiagnosed or functional people struggling with depression symptoms without even knowing.

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Post Traumatic
Stress Disorder

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (or PTSD) is frequently triggered by experiencing or witnessing a traumatic event but can also be caused by experiencing multiple traumas throughout one’s lifetime or career. Many of Canada’s first responders, including paramedics, firefighters, police officers, and medical professionals, are experiencing some level of PTSD every single day. PTSD can affect anyone from all walks of life, and our treatment programs at The Newly Institute can be tailored to help your specific needs.

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Trauma counselling is a preventative form of treatment for those who have experienced a trauma, allowing patients to develop healthy and productive ways of processing a traumatic event before it can develop into a more severe form of mental illness, such as PTSD. While many individuals have experienced trauma in their lives, too few have been encouraged to seek treatment.

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