Amy Shannon received her MA in Clinical Psychology from York University where she is currently completing her PhD. She has completed clinical training at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (Integrated Day Treatment – Transitional Care Program and Women’s Trauma Stream), University Health Network (Eating Disorders Program at Toronto General Hospital and Bariatric Surgery Program at Toronto Western Hospital), and the York University Psychology Clinic.
Amy has received training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, and Emotion Focused Therapy. She strives to use her training in evidence-based approaches to therapy to collaboratively work with clients to meet their goals and create lasting change in their lives.
Amy provides assessment and individual treatment for adults with a range of challenges related to mood and anxiety. She also has a special interest in assisting clients with concerns related to eating and body image.
Please note that our associates work with many presenting issues, some of which are not listed in this biography. Please speak to our intake team at 416-363-4228 for more information.
CBT Associates is a large, well-established and rapidly-growing network of clinics that provides evidence-based psychological services to children, adolescents, adults of all ages, and couples.
We are a highly-qualified group of over 50 psychologists and psychological associates who provide personalized, compassionate, respectful and discreet treatment with the highest level of... Read More
To help us reliably meet the needs of all our clients, we must ask you to provide 24 hours’ notice when cancelling or rescheduling an appointment. Appointments without sufficient notice will be charged the full fee.Read More
Psychologists are closely aligned with psychiatrists as both are highly-trained professionals. Psychiatrists are oriented toward pharmaceutical solutions (some illnesses in fact lend themselves to medication versus talk therapy, such as severe depression or schizophrenia); while psychologists are oriented toward talk therapy as a solution.
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The first important difference between psychotherapists and psychologists is the number of years of education and training required to register by each college. The College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario requires members to complete any recognized training program in psychotherapy, with 450 hours of direct client contact, and 100 hours of clinical supervision. In contrast, to... Read More