“Our goal was to be given the right tools, and to learn how to utilize these tools, in order to maintain a peaceful and productive environment at home. Not only was this goal achieved, but it far surpassed our greatest expectations.” Parent of three – aged 12, 9, and 4
Audrey Huberman is a Doctor of Education and an Accredited Family Mediator. She has extensive academic and practical experience in the fields of education, child development, parenting and psychology. Her expertise has been featured in such publications as Canadian Living and Today’s Parent.
Dr. Huberman maintains a Private Practice in Toronto where she specializes in teaching and counseling families, parents and individuals of all ages in the areas of social, emotional and behavioural skills. In addition, she consults on multiple birth-related issues. She is a faculty member in the School of Early Childhood Education at Ryerson University and is a regular presenter at the Learning Disabilities Association of Toronto District and the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus’s students services center.
Dr. Huberman’s credentials include a Master of Education Degree and a Doctor of Education Degree from the Ontario Institute of Studies in Education of the University of Toronto (OISE/UT). She also holds an Ontario Teaching Certificate from the Faculty of Education at the University of Toronto and a Fine Arts Degree from Concordia University.
Dr. Huberman is a member of the Ontario Association of Mental Health Professionals (OAMHP) and the Ontario Association of Family Mediators (OAFM).