Amy Del Monte


Amy joins us from over a decade of work in a hospital-based treatment program for teens. Amy recognizes that adolescence is a unique life stage where young people are discovering their identity and forming habits, friendships, and experiences that will launch them into adulthood. She strives to empower youth to find their security through self-compassion, self-awareness, and healthy coping.

Amy takes a strengths-based approach and believes in providing anti-oppressive and trauma-informed care. Through compassion and warmth, Amy helps teens navigate the complexities of eating disorders, anxiety, depression, self-harm, self-esteem, loss, grief, and life transitions. She draws from multiple evidence-based modalities, including cognitive-based interventions, Narrative Therapy, and mindfulness-based interventions. Amy also has experience with Emotionally Focused Family Therapy (EFFT). She hopes to help teens and families find their strength, wisdom, and connection through the therapeutic process.

You can regularly find Amy on a hiking trail through a local forest, in the kitchen cooking up yummy meals, or sitting at the piano making music. Amy believes in healing the mind body connection through creative outlets and spending time in nature.

Amy has completed a Masters degree at Toronto Metropolitan University in the field of Child and Youth Care. Amy and her husband have three young sons who are the delight of their lives.

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