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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE (6/1/20):
All private consultation and coaching appointments are being provided via secure, online Telehealth services at this time, through the end of June.
Office visits will begin on a limited basis in July, though most appointments will continue to be through Telehealth services for this summer. More information will be available effective July 1st.
Meanwhile, new patients can still register and schedule online below.
Current patients can still schedule through Acuity, as you have been.
As always, feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.
May you be safe and well,
Dr. Peter Montminy
Sometimes resources and education aren’t enough. A private consultation with a licensed child psychologist may provide the help you need.
I’m here to help your child and family, as best I can. And if my services don’t provide what you need, I’ll try to help you find other professionals that can better serve you.
My clinical services focus primarily on teaching kids mindfulness-based coping skills that build emotional resilience and well-being.
We’ll work together to help your child develop greater self-awareness and self-regulation skills, so they have more resources – both within them and surrounding them – to face their life challenges.
Common childhood problems that I address include the “5-A’s”:
I treat children and adolescents from kindergarten through high school (grades K-12).
In addition, I work closely with parents, teachers, and healthcare providers to ensure that each child has the best chance to succeed. I believe in collaborating with a team of parents and professionals to help guide each child to reach their highest potential.
While all my clinical services involve evidence-based assessment and treatment protocols, each one is also uniquely tailored to fit your personal needs and goals.
IMPORTANT NOTE: I help kids regardless of their gender, sexual orientation or identity, race, religion, and ethnicity. I also help kids regardless of specific disability or disorder – as well as kids without any diagnosis or label.
The fee for an Initial Consultation is $200.
The fee for Telehealth therapy sessions at this time is $125.
Other fees and services may apply.
All payments are made securely online, by credit card, at the time of scheduling.
NOTE: Dr. Montminy is not a participating provider with any insurance companies and takes private-pay clients only.
You may be able to seek partial reimbursement with your health insurance (or health savings account) for some of these services. However, any such reimbursement is not guaranteed. We can provide monthly statements to you with relevant information, when needed.
All clinical services with Dr. Montminy begin with a 1-hour Initial Consultation – sometimes called an Intake Appointment.
For children 13 years and under, the Initial Consultation (Intake) is for PARENTS ONLY.
For children 14 years and older, the Initial Consultation (Intake) includes PARENTS AND TEEN.
During this first appointment we’ll discuss your current concerns, developmental history, and potential treatment goals. We’ll explore how best to help you and your child, then follow-up with additional assessment questionnaires and child interviews, as needed.
We will schedule an additional Consultation appointment or two, as needed, to complete the assessment and provide specific treatment recommendations at that time.
To register and schedule with Dr. Montminy, click on the “Get Started” button below.
You’ll be connected directly to our online scheduling system, where you’ll schedule and pay for your Initial Consultation / Intake Appointment.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Our Acuity scheduling system is HIPAA-compliant, and all of your information is kept strictly confidential.
Once you’ve participated in your Initial Consultation, then you may schedule additional appointments directly with our online scheduling system. You’ll be given instructions for how to do so once you’ve completed your Intake session with Dr. Montminy.