PCA Guest Speaker Katy Albert
Making Room for Fun, Ditching Guilt and Interrupting Problematic Cycles with Your Kids
Monday, November 27
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
16945 Bayview Ave., Newmarket
Joseph McCulley Meeting Room
Parenting is a mixed bag ranging from laughter, meaning, and joy to self-doubt, guilt and stress. Katy will explore how to get in touch with what matters (to YOU), teach skills and set healthy boundaries giving you insight and tools to improve your family's dynamic and be the kind of parent that YOU want to be.
Katy Albert, MEd, BCBA, OCT
Mental Health Counsellor and Coach
Katy is a mental health counsellor and parent coach in private practice specializing in neurodiversity and family wellbeing. She is an Ontario Certified Teacher and received her Master’s in Developmental Psychology and Education before pursuing certification in Applied Behaviour Analysis (BCBA). Katy has worked as a therapist and consultant in the private and public sector and has completed extensive mental health training in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and dialectal behaviour therapy (DBT). She is passionate about supporting families and individuals with a range of challenges including anxiety, depression, OCD, executive functioning, emotional regulation, interpersonal skills, sleep difficulties, school refusal, academic performance and aggression. She also trains parents, educators and mental health professionals.