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Katy Curtis

Katy Curtis is currently in the fifth year of her Phd in the Clinical Psychology program at York University.  Her research interests include evaluating yoga and mindfulness interventions for chronic pain populations, such as fibromyalgia, for limited mobility populations, such as spinal cord injury, and for geriatric populations. At present, she is conducting her first randomized controlled trial at the Lyndhurst Centre, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, and has completed a pilot study at Bridgepoint Active Healthcare, both as part of her doctoral dissertation research. She is currently working part-time as an associate therapist in private practice and is co-facilitating a mindfulness and CBT for students with ADHD group at the University of Toronto through Accessibility Services.

 

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Updated on October 5th, 2015.