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    Montana Vascotto

    Montana Vascotto, BA, MA, CCC, Registered Psychotherapist

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    If you are having trouble managing your emotions and  maintaining healthy relationships, or moving on from a past experience, then I want to offer you some extra support. The past two years have been especially taxing for all of us, leaving many of us feeling stalled in our previous trajectories, and perhaps struggling to navigate the financial, emotional, and mental challenges that have emerged. This can make it feel like reaching your potential is less achievable. I use a culturally sensitive, collaborative, and client-centered approach to therapy that seeks to establish an environment of stability, trust, safety, and non-judgement.

    My focus will be to assist you in nurturing your strengths so that you are better able to take charge of the areas of your life that feel challenging. Alongside skills-building, there will be a space to identify your blind spots, or areas of growth. Everyone’s path to realizing their potential is unique to them, so your therapy journey will be unique too.

    While no one questions a physical ailment that is addressed when it persists to cause injury, mental health challenges that are similarly debilitating, are less often prioritized, and addressed in primary care. Many may suppress and hide their struggle to function. The only way out is through.


    Montana is a Certified Canadian Counsellor (CCC) and a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) with the CRPO. She is a graduate of Ryerson University (now Metropolitan University) and holds a Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology. She brings prior experience from Sunnybrook Health Sciences, Thompson Anxiety Clinic; North York General Hospital; and university clinical research labs. Currently, Montana is also a chat volunteer with Certified Listeners Society, where she provides individuals with emotional support and guidance in navigating their life challenges.

    Montana has experience supporting clients with a variety of concerns including anxiety, depression, trauma (childhood, sexual, etc.), grief, self-esteem, work-life balance, relationship issues, body image, eating disorders, family of origin issues or conflict, perfectionism, attachment wounds, relationship anxiety, social anxiety, burnout and stress, domestic violence, self-harm, suicidal ideation and more.

    Client Focus: Teens (Age 13+), Adults and Couples

    Types of therapy: Montana uses an eclectic approach drawing on attachment-based approaches, cognitive behavioral therapy, emotion-focused, humanistic, narrative and solution-focused approaches. She also practices from a trauma-focused and strength-based approach.


    Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Domestic Violence and abuse, Grief and Loss, Relationship challenges and Life Transitions, Childhood abuse and neglect, sexual abuse, Self esteem, Body Image, Eating Disorders, Women’s issues, Perfectionism, Behavioural Issues, Family Conflict, Grief, Bullying and Peer Relationships, Suicidal Ideation, Imposter Syndrome and Weight Loss

    Favourite Quote: “One who looks outside, dreams; one who looks inside, awakes”- Carl Jung