Robert D. Montgomery, RP, BA, CYW
Professor of Child and Youth Care Practitioner Program | Cambrian College
Sudbury, ON, CA
Robert Montgomery specializes with children and youth who have mental health challenges, as well as their families.
A registered psychotherapist specializing in children, Montgomery, who worked at Sudbury’s Child and Family Centre.
Currently, at Cambrian College Robert specializes in teaching the next generation of child and youth care practitioners.
His expertise includes assessments and interventions, one-on-one and family therapy, and collaboration with community partners.
Montgomery graduated from Cambrian College in 1999 with a three-year Child and Youth Worker diploma. He also has a Bachelor of Arts degree, with a major in psychology, from Laurentian University, and credits this combination for his career success.
Robert Montgomery was recognized as a distinguished past graduate of Cambrian College for significant success in his career. Robert's contribution to the mental health of children, youth and families as well as the training and education of future Child and Youth Workers has been commended.
Industry Expertise (4)
Areas of Expertise (4)
Laurentian University: Bachelor of Arts, Psychology 2002
Cambrian College: Diploma, Child and Youth Work 1999
University of Strathclyde: Masters of Science, Child and Youth Care Practice
Media Appearances (1)
Health workers take to picket line
The Manitoulin Expositor online
A total of 83 full- and part-time employees, including three on Manitoulin Island, who provide front line mental health services to about 2,000 children in the Sudbury-Manitoulin district went out on strike as of Monday.