with Boris Bhagavan Pisman, LMHC
Join Bhagavan Pisman for a practical and profound weekend investigating Yoga-Based Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT) of Anxiety™. If you or your clients experience panic attacks, OCD, social anxiety, general anxiety, phobias, or post-traumatic stress, this workshop can change your or your client’s life.
The workshop includes:
Discussion of anxiety and fear and their origins
Breathing practices to calm and balance your nervous system
An introduction to non-dualistic meditation
Yogic techniques for managing anxious and dysfunctional thoughts
Cognitive therapy exercises to help you learn how to approach and manage fear
Introduction to exposure and response prevention exercises
Stress management exercises and much more
No experience with Yoga is required.
I truly was lost before I came [to your class], and though I must take credit for my own change—still, it was only with the information and insightfulness that you provided that I was able to make that change. — Past Participant
I took your workshop three weeks ago at Integral Yoga. I wanted to let you know that I religiously did all the exercises you gave us and for the first two weeks, I felt so much calmer and relaxed and happier. I learned how to breathe properly, and my husband was amazed at the difference it made. I think my daughter felt it, too. We get along so much better since I don’t get so irritable anymore. And some days I don’t feel perfect but still much better than before I started doing this routine. Thank you very much for sharing your wisdom and experience with me. — Angela
Official time for check-in: 4 pm and check-out: 2 pm
About the Instructor
Boris Bhagavan Pisman is a New York State Licensed Mental Health Counselor. Prior to opening his private practice, he worked for over nine years as a therapist at White Plains Hospital, Westchester, NY. He was featured on the NBC Universal’s Today Show. Boris has over twenty years of Yoga teaching experience and is on the Board of Directors of the New York Integral Yoga Institute.
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