Dr. Julio Monterrey M.D., M.S.
Fax: (408) 637-5725
Telehealth Video Conferencing Link: https://doxy.me/drmonterrey
· Generalized Anxiety
· Social Anxiety
· Eating Disorders
· LGBTQ Community
Board-certified psychiatrist and Stanford University graduate Dr. Monterrey joined Campbell Teen & Family Therapy, Inc. in 2021. He has immediate openings for children, teens and adults.
A fluent Spanish speaker, Dr. Monterrey offers after-school hours to accommodate children, teens and their families. He treats children as young as three years old.
In addition to treating anxiety, trauma and eating disorders, Dr. Monterrey has a special interest in autism, which he has been studying and treating for nearly 10 years.
Having Dr. Monterrey on staff at CTFT allows our therapists and counselors to easily collaborate with a psychiatrist on issues like medication and treatment planning, which will likely improve the quality of our care. His presence also allows us to significantly shorten the time it takes patients to see a psychiatrist. (Psychiatrist waiting lists can be as long as four months.)
A Bay Area native, Dr. Monterrey’s therapeutic philosophy involves looking at the whole child or adolescent, which means collaborating with family members, schools, dietitians and doctors. He believes that clear and consistent communication is critical to a successful treatment outcome.
Although Dr. Monterrey has a medical background, he doesn’t believe that all patients need to be on medication. In those cases, he recommends increased skills building and counseling with the patient’s therapist.
M.D., University of California-Irvine
M.S., Stanford University, Clinical Study Design and Epidemiology
B.S., Santa Clara University, Cell and Molecular Biology, with honors
2012 – current:
Autism and Developmental Disorders Research Program & Center for Interdisciplinary Brain Sciences Research. Stanford University, Department of Psychiatry. “A Neuroimaging Study of Twin Pairs with Autism,” exploring structural and neuronal connectivity abnormalities associated with autism. Principal Investigator Dr. Antonio Hardan, MD, Associate Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. NIH (MH083972-05).
Characteristics of TMS-EEG in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury. Stanford University, Department of Psychiatry. Principal Investigator Dr. Amit Etkin, MD PhD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry.
Rath Research Institute. Santa Clara, CA. Explored the inductive and inhibitory effects of natural and synthetic chemotherapeutic compounds on the expression of matrix metalloproteinases (metastasis-mediators) in various human cancer cell lines. Principal Investigator Dr. M. Waheed Roomi, PhD, Senior Research Officer of Oncology Division. Paid internship.
UC Irvine Kirkup Center for the Medical Treatment of Stuttering/Instituto Brasileiro de Fluencia, Brazil. Study of psychosocial experiences of stuttering patients in Brazil and their medical treatment via telemedicine. Principal Investigator Dr. Gerald Maguire, MD, Clinical