We are hiring!

We are looking to bring on a postdoctoral fellow who will be working in a joint position with both Remedy and Remedy Institute. Find out more about the position and how to apply HERE.

Speaker Series Fundraiser for Remedy Institute - Providing trans-affirming care: A primer for mental health providers

Trans-affirming care involves being an ally, an advocate, and developing competency to support gender diverse clients in achieving their gender-related goals, including accessing gender-affirming medical intervention. Providing trans-affirming care: A primer for mental health providers is a one-hour long presentation that introduces providers to the process of supporting their gender diverse clients by providing culturally competent care.

Find our more about this talk and get tickets HERE.

Speaker Series Fundraiser for Remedy Institute - Providing trans-affirming care: A primer for mental health providers

Holotropic Breathwork

Holotropic Breathwork provides an important and powerful opportunity for deep self exploration and healing. Lying on a mat, with eyes closed, you use your own breath and the music in the room to enter an expanded state of awareness. This activates the inner healing wisdom which then guides the process.

These workshops will run monthly until the end of 2023.
Full Details and Registration HERE.

Holotropic Breathwork

Health Canada's Special Access Program (SAP)

At Remedy, we are supporting clients in applying for access to psilocybin and MDMA through Health Canada's Special Access Program (SAP).

For more details click HERE.

If you would like to apply for support accessing this treatment, you can start our screening process by completing this form HERE.

NOTE: Due to high volume of applicants wait times for our SAP team to get back to you are variable and could take up to 8 weeks.

Integration Group

We are so grateful to be able to offer our community a free Integration Group facilitated by Dr. Paul Uy. This group will consider common themes in the integration of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy from physiological, psychological, historical and transpersonal lenses. Participants will gain practical information about integration practices while accessing a space for peer-supported reflection and exploration of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy and non-ordinary state experiences. Participants are invited to support one another as they carry their experience with non-ordinary states into an unfolding healing and harmony throughout their lives.

For more details on eligibility and how to apply click HERE.

Psychology Practicum Program

Enrollment Open for Doctoral Students in Clinical Psychology!

This program embodies our values of accessibility and providing excellent clinical care. Our model of service delivery is innovative and unique: non-profit in a private practice setting. This means Remedy will not profit off the services students deliver (any fees collected would be put back into our charity, Remedy Institute). The program will provide low-cost therapy to community members in need while helping students receive excellent clinical training within their areas of interest, and as aligned with those of Remedy supervising psychologists.

Please note this opportunity functions as program sanctioned hours as opposed to a formal practicum placement, and we will be following practicum guidelines regarding supervision.

If you are interested, please complete this form as the first step in the application process.

The Love Project research study

We invite you to participate in The Love Project research study, which involves a 30-minute survey to explore people’s opinions and experience about a profound personal experience of love with psychedelics, as well as thoughts on the role of love in healing in professional care more broadly. Inclusion criteria are: having had a profound experience of love under the effects of a psychedelic, fluency in English, and being 21 years of age or older.This study has been approved by the Wilfrid Laurier research ethics board #8282.

Participate now - CLICK HERE!


Remedy Institute Resumes Groundbreaking Study of MDMA-assisted Therapy for PTSD
Remedy Institute | September 28, 2022
MDMA and Couples with Dr. Anne WagnerMindspace | April 11, 2022
Mindful Matters – Relational Psychedelics with Dr. Anne WagnerBlu Matter Project | April 5, 2022
Routine Checkup: Non-Ordinary State Work - MDMA TherapySick Boy, CBC | March 23, 2022
The love drug – How MDMA could revolutionise relationship therapyleafie | March 12, 2022
Can MDMA Save a Marriage?The New York Times | February 8, 2022
Three Toronto centres offering psychedelic-assisted therapyToronto Life | October 20, 2021
What Stops People from Experiencing Love?Psychology Today | June 7, 2021
How Does Love Work in Psychedelic Therapy?Psychology Today | May 27, 2021
A psychedelic drug may help treat PTSD. But questions remain on how best to use and regulate itAAAS | May 19, 2021
MDMA Couples Therapy with Dr. Anne WagnerPsychedelic.Support | May 12, 2021
Learning from Love with Psychedelics - Panel Discussion with Q&AThe Psychedelic Society | May 6, 2021
Dr. Anne Wagner, C.Psych: Combining MDMA With Evidence-based CBT for TraumaThoughts on Record | April 19, 2021
If a pill could ease your heartbreak or enhance your relationship, would you take it?CBC | April 14, 2021
Dr. Anne Wagner – Couples Therapy, MDMA, and MAPSPsychedelics Today | January 19, 2021
Mental illness is on the rise due to COVID-19. Could psychedelic drugs be the ‘game changer’? by Omar MoslehThe Toronto Star | October 25, 2020
Disentangling the Knot of PTSD & Trauma with Anne WagnerLife Support podcast | April 14, 2020
The Case for Taking MDMA with your Partner this Valentine's Day by Michelle JanikianPlayboy | February 14, 2020
I Love You—Let’s Trip Together by Nicolle HodgesDouble Blind | January 13, 2020
Longing To Grow Into One: Using Psychedelics To Treat PTSD In Couples by Dan Bernitt Psychedelic Support | October 1, 2019
From Ecstasy to Remedy – MDMA Therapy with Anne WagnerThe Soulspace Podcast | May 5, 2019
Dr. Anne Wagner of RemedyFounders on Purpose with Andrew Moss (Podcast) | April 3, 2019
Mental Health Innovation, PTSD, MDMA and More with Dr. Anne WagnerRedefining Reality with Bryan Hardy (Podcast) | January 29, 2019


In addition to our home team at Remedy, we aim to create a wider, like-minded community. This includes co-hosting events and creating space for other folks to host events. Would you like to collaborate? We’d like to hear from you: hello@remedycentre.ca


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