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Montana Vascotto

MACP, BA, RP, CCC

Registered Psychotherapist & Canadian Certified Counsellor 

Acting as your supportive guide, I take a collaborative, strength-based, trauma-focused, and client-centered approach. My role is to help you untangle the challenges in your life; make sense of them; and, to move forward, allowing you to find meaningful resolution. 

While struggles in life are universally inevitable, the healing journey is uniquely yours. Feelings that can accompany challenges may seem overwhelming, resulting in impaired quality of life. In these times, extra support that is independent of loving friends and family, can make all the difference.

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My Approach

Client Focus:

Individual (Age 13+), Couples

 

Types of Therapy:

I use an eclectic approach drawing on cognitive behavioural, emotion-focused, humanistic, narrative, dialectical behavioural, attachment-based, and solution-focused approaches. 

 

Areas of Focus:

Anxiety (e.g., general, social, phobia, existential, health), depression, trauma (e.g., domestic abuse, childhood abuse and/or neglect), emotion regulation, grief and loss, perfectionism, life transitions, self esteem, body image, relationship challenges, and family conflict.

 

Education and Qualifications:

I am a Registered Psychotherapist and a Canadian Certified Counsellor. I hold a Master of Arts degree in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University; a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University); and work experience from Sunnybrook Health Sciences; Thompson Anxiety Clinic; North York General Hospital, and Toronto Metropolitan University clinical psychology research labs. Likewise, several years was spent as a chat volunteer with the Certified Listeners Society, where I provided individuals with support and guidance in navigating their life challenges.

Book a free consultation with me! 

  “As a man thinks, so he is; as he continues to think, so he remains.”

English philosopher, James Allen

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