Before You Begin
About Our Therapists & Coaches
The Redpath Centre offers consultations, counselling, coaching and therapy for individuals, couples and families in Toronto. Take a look at our various therapists, speech-language pathologists, as well as our academic, behaviour and life coaches to learn more about coaching, and therapists available at The Redpath Centre.
Who Should You Contact?
If you’re not sure who to contact, please call the general phone line. Select option 3 for Counselling and Coaching Inquiries. Or, you can complete our contact form. A clinician will respond to your inquiry within two to three business days.
Our Therapists & Coaches
Katy Albert, MEd, BCBA, OCT
Mental Health Counsellor and Coach
Katy is an Mental Health Counsellor and Coach at The Redpath Centre specializing in children and families living with ASD, ADHD, and other neurodevelopmental disorders. 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 behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and dialectal behavior therapy (DBT). She is passionate about supporting families and individuals with a range of challenges including anxiety, depression, OCD, interpersonal skills, sleep difficulties, school refusal, academic performance, and aggression. She also trains parents, educators, and mental health professionals.
Parent coaching: establishing and prioritizing goals, psycho- education, strategies to address interfering behaviour, promoting resilience and social-emotional development, parent coping and mental health. Mental Health counselling: coping with anxiety, OCD and depression. Skill building: interpersonal skills, emotional regulation, executive functioning and self- advocacy. Educational consultation: Practical strategies to address challenging behaviour, IEPs, environmental and academic accommodations to support learning and transitions. Speaking and Training: positive behavioural supports in educational settings, social- emotional learning, parenting, resilience, mental health, and special education.
Jennaya Borsten BEd, MADS, OCT, BCBA
Academic and Behaviour Coach
Kimberley Cross, MEd, RP
Individual, Couple and Family Therapist
Deborah Finkelstein, MADS, BCBA
Mental Health Counsellor and Coach
Deborah supports clients in building self-compassion and self-acceptance as they explore new diagnoses and a more positive understanding of themselves. Deborah believes in the strengths and abilities of her clients to take action towards values and goals which are meaningful to them at school, work, at home, and in relationships. Deborah’s mental health counselling is informed by her training in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), dialectal behavior therapy (DBT), mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT), and strength-based positive psychology approaches.
New ASD diagnosis, Sexuality and gender, Mental health, Emotional regulation skills, Life transitions, Navigating Relationships, Social and Communication Skills, Behavioural issues, Executive Functioning
Tina Gandhi, MSW, RSW
Child, Adolescent and Family Therapist
Tina Gandhi is a Registered Social Worker (RSW) at The Redpath Centre, who has worked for over 20 years in the areas of autism, disability and mental health at developmental service and children’s mental health agencies. She provides counselling to diverse families, couples and siblings, and utilizes a variety of approaches such as family systems, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). Tina brings her passion for mental wellness and innovation to her work by providing workshops and groups to meet family needs. She is a Master Level ASIST (Suicide Prevention) Trainer, Mental Health Ambassador, and gives presentations on the importance of social work role in the field of neurodiversity. Her clinical approach focuses on empowering clients, developing advocacy skills, building on strengths, reducing anxiety and depression, improving relationships, and supporting family well-being. She was honoured with the Inspirational Leader Award and Distinguished Social Worker Award by the Ontario Association of Social Workers for her commitment and dedication to families and the community in 2022.