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Sometimes self-help resources and educational classes aren’t enough.  You may need more professional help to guide your child along a healing path towards mental health and well-being.

As a licensed clinical psychologist, I’ve been providing such guidance to children, adolescents, and families for over thirty years.  I’d be glad to help you and your child, too.

I typically provide a limited number of private consultations for a few new families each month.  This ensures that when I do see you, I’m able to give you my full attention and best possible service.


Dr. Montminy is unable to accept any new patients at this time.  We expect to re-open for new patients in August (2023) - in time for the new school year.  

If you would like to be added to our WAITING LIST, please contact us here.


WHO do you see for private consultations?

I provide Mental Health services for school-age children and adolescents between 6 to 18 years old.

These services are provided to youth regardless of their gender, race, ethnicity, religion, or politics.  Also regardless of their physical or mental abilities or disabilities.

NOTE:  I only see private-pay patients at this time.  That means you are responsible for payment in full at the time of service.  However, we will provide you with monthly statements that can be used for seeking partial, out-of-network reimbursement from your health insurance or your health savings account.

WHO don't you see for private services?

I'm unable to provide services for:

  • Pre-school children
  • College-age youth
  • Any child or teen without the consent of both parents
  • Families involved in high-conflict divorce or ongoing custody disputes.


WHAT mental health conditions do you treat?

I specialize in treating kids and teens struggling with:

  • Stress (Acute, Chronic, Toxic, or Traumatic)
  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Anger and Aggression
  • Behavior Problems (at Home or School)
  • Neurodiverse conditions, especially:
  • ADHD, ASD, OCD, & Executive Function Deficits

I also have extensive experience with:

  • Special Education Needs (504's, IEP's)
  • Students identified as Gifted
  • Chronic Health Conditions
  • Grief and Loss

WHAT mental health issues don't you treat?

Specialty areas that I do not treat include:

  • Eating Disorders
  • Personality Disorders
  • Substance Abuse Disorders (where drug & alcohol problems are primary)

Also, I'm not set up to successfully treat youth with:

  • Severe trauma (that may need longer term therapy)
  • Chronic mental health crises (high rates of crisis intervention or hospitalization)
  • Immediate mental health needs (my typical waitlist precludes it, unfortunately)


I hope these quick FAQ's give you a better idea of how I may or may not be helpful to you.  Feel free to contact me with any remaining questions.  Or we can meet for an Initial Consultation to further assess your child's needs (see below).

If, after the initial assessment, I'm unable to help you any further (eg., my therapeutic approach or expertise is not a match for your needs), I'll try to help you find other service providers, whenever possible.



Fees and Payment

Current fees are $180/hr.

Standard 45-minute therapy sessions are $140.

Follow-up 30-minute sessions are $90.

You will need to pay as you go.  We will provide monthly statements that can be used for seeking partial, out-of-network reimbursement from your health insurance or health savings account.  Insurance reimbursement rates vary widely.



The 3 Types of Private Consultation Services
with Dr. Montminy

Initial Consultation & Assessment (ICA)

If you’re a new client seeking private psychological services, you’ll need to begin here. 

The purpose of the Initial Consultation is to gain an understanding of your current concerns, assess your child’s functioning and needs, and make recommendations for how best to meet those needs.

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Family Intensive Treatment (FIT)

Our core therapeutic coaching package is for families who are committed to making real changes in their lives.  You and your child will receive intensive Mindful Solutions coaching, tailored to your child’s specific difficulties, during this 6-week program.

NOTE: This treatment program is available only to those who have been through an Initial Consultation & Assessment with me.

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Follow-up Therapeutic Coaching (FTC)

These half-hour Telehealth consultations provide you with ongoing support and booster sessions, as needed.

NOTE: This service is available only to those who have been through the FIT Program, or other equivalent treatment and training with me.

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BONUS: How to Prepare Your Child for MH Services

Parents often ask, "How do I prepare my child to see a psychologist?"

You may be especially concerned if your child is ambivalent, reluctant, or even resistant to participating.

I strongly recommend that you prepare your child before an initial appointment by following these guidelines.