If you are using an Intel Mac, you could install Windows (any version) via Parallels or better still, Bootcamp cTrader in a Windows partition for a better experience.
The following message was taken from a Telegram user who has successfully used cTrader on a Mac
For M1 & M2 macs, you won't have the Bootcamp option because the CPU is fundamentally different. So you need to emulate Windows (ie take the Parallels route). For these newer Macs, you can install cTrader desktop via the latest versions of Parallels, optimised for Apple's ARM processors, and Win 11 (Win 10 won't work on these machines apparently).
I recently installed cTrader on my M1 Mac via Parallels & Win 11 and I am surprised at how well cTrader desktop runs; It is just as good or better than any PC or Intel Mac! No overheating issues like I had with my Intel Mac.