Monique Roy (She/Her)

Clinical Therapist, Registered Social Worker, SEP




We all have the innate ability to heal. Regardless of our background, age, or goals for therapy each person has the capacity to grow and evolve. Having the courage to change is the foundation of a better life. “Nothing changes if nothing changes.” – Donna Barnes. I aim to work from a place of true authenticity, as I know first hand what it takes to make that first step in recovery. One day at a time.


The majority of my work experience has been with the Saskatchewan Health Authority, which includes: acute care, mental health and addictions, case management, family dynamics and relationships. At Food to Fit Nutrition I support individuals/couples who are being affected by:



  • Their own or a loved one’s mental/emotional/spiritual health and addictions;

  • Eating disorders;

  • Codependency/other-centeredness issues;

  • Adult children of alcoholic related problems;

  • Currently in or trying to leave an abusive relationship;

  • Trauma (any type, past or present)


I’m a registered social worker with the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers, and the Canadian Association of Social Workers. I received my BSW through the University of Regina and completed my practicums at International Women of Saskatoon and Bridgepoint Center for Eating Disorders. I recently completed Somatic Experiencing (trauma work) training and have my certification as a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP).


I am bilingual - fluent in French (both speaking and writing), and I have my level 1 yoga teacher training.


Finally, I’m a proud mother of two amazing children who teach me every day about patience, grace, and that it is ok to make mistakes.