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Julia Biamonte

Registered Psychotherapist
Individual, 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: Accepting New Clients

My Approach

My approach is to create a safe space for you to explore the experiences and interactions that are challenging you, while empowering you to grow, heal, and express your true voice. I believe our past experiences have great impact in shaping the way we interact with the present and future. Holding this in mind, I will collaborate with you to find your own path towards growth and change. I work with many combinations in the therapy room, including individuals, couples, youth/children (8+), and parent-child relationships of all ages.

To me, expressing and/or discovering your needs and values is very important in developing our identities but also in impacting our self-worth and confidence. Needs and values also impact our relationships and as such I find it an imperative practice in therapy to explore, while concurrently creating your own boundaries. This process is especially important while navigating relationship concerns. I enjoy co-creating your understanding of healthy relationships, whether that means in current relationships, or processing painful or difficult past relationships (e.g., break ups or parental relationships). My Master’s degree had me learning about building strong relationships, working with attachment styles, processing and combating conflict, and healing a wide variety of ruptures of trust (e.g., infidelity). In the context of individual work and relational work, I have a strong passion in promoting emotion regulation as I believe that allows us to show up in the ways that align with who we are. In the therapeutic context, I value your comfort and well-being. It is imperative that you feel heard and validated throughout the process. I hold an anti-oppressive stance, so that you can feel supported to safely explore your experiences and thoughts. I encourage an open dialogue of feedback throughout the process to make therapy the space for what you need it to be.

I trained at the University of Guelph's Couple and Family Therapy Program. I sit on the Board of Directors for the Ontario Association for Marriage and Family Therapists. My training also includes how to best conduct online therapy, and how to support clients in this way. Personally, I enjoy spending time with family, friends, and my dogs. You can find me hiking, walking, painting, and attempting a new savoury recipe. 

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