FAQs about Yoga and CBT for Anxiety with Dr. Kamala Pilgrim C.Psych.

FAQs about Yoga and CBT for Anxiety with Dr. Kamala Pilgrim C.Psych.

Kimberly Sogge

Sunday October 14, 2018

Yoga and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques can be integrated to support management and recovery in Generalized Anxiety Disorder. In this interview with clinical psychologist Dr. Kamala Pilgrim C.Psych., we explore what this looks like and ask questions about why one would integrate yoga practice and evidence based psychotherapy techniques. Check out Dr. Pilgrim, our Yoga and CBT expert at Ottawa River Psychology Group. Dr. Pilgrim has limited openings available in a confidential Yoga and CBT for Generalized Anxiety psychotherapy group starting in January 2019.

Psychologist Dr Pilgrim on Yoga and CBT for Generalized Anxiety

This is an interview with Dr. Kamala Pilgrim C.Psych. Psychologist with the Ottawa River Psychology Group on her expertise on yoga and cognitive behavioral therapy for recovery from generalized anxiety. Dr. Pilgrim leads a confidential psychotherapy group on yoga and CBT for generalized anxiety in the Wild Blue Mindfulness studio at Ottawa River Psychology Group. Register online at www.ottawariverpsychology.com or call 613-656-3331

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