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Meet Our Co-Founders

Our 
Story

Julia and Victoria met while completing their master's in Couple and Family Therapy at the University of Guelph. While in the program, they had the privilege of conducting co-therapy together and therefore have insight into one another's unique therapeutic approach and anti-oppressive framework. Upon completion of the program, both Julia and Victoria successfully opened and, to this day maintain, independent therapy practices. Julia and Victoria founded Safer Spaces: An Intersectional Therapy Collective in 2021 in hopes of providing affirmative and accessible care to individuals, couples, and families across the province.

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Victoria Muñoz 

(She/Her)
Registered Psychotherapist
Individual, Couples, and Families (17+)


Languages Spoken: English, Spanish


Areas of Focus:

  • Relationship challenges & transitions

  • Pre-marital counselling

  • Co-dependency

  • Attachment

  • Childhood emotional neglect

  • Interpersonal boundaries & communication

  • Infidelity & other major breaches of trust

  • Identity (LGBTQ2S+, race and culture, gender, religion, etc.)

  • Ethical non-monogamy & polyamory

  • Emotion regulation

  • Sex & intimacy

  • Trauma & PTSD

  • Working w/ other health care professionals

Current Availability: Waitlist, May 2024

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Julia Biamonte

(She/Her)
Registered Psychotherapist
Individuals, Couples, Children, and Families (8+)


Languages Spoken: English

Areas of Focus:

  • Relationship Challenges/Conflict

  • Infidelity

  • Emotion Regulation

  • Self-Worth/Self-Esteem

  • Grief and Loss

  • Attachment and Codependency

  • Trust Ruptures

  • Coping with Transitional Change

  • Depression

  • Coping Skills

  • Parenting

  • Stress Management

  • Anger

  • Fear and Worry

  • Children and Adolescents

Current Availability: Currently Accepting New Clients

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