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Catherine Cook-Cottone

Professor of Counseling, School and Educational Psychology
University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education

AREAS OF EXPERTISE:

Yoga, mindfulness, embodied self-regulation, eating disorders, anxiety-based disorders

Catherine Cook-Cottone’s research focuses on yoga, mindfulness and self-care, which fall under the umbrella of embodied self-regulation. She is also an expert on eating disorders and trauma.

Cook-Cottone is a licensed psychologist, a registered Yoga teacher and the founder of Yogis in Service, a nonprofit organization that creates access to yoga. She also maintains a private practice specializing in the treatment of anxiety-based disorders, eating disorders (including other disorders of self-care), and development of self-regulation skills.

Her recent books include “Mindfulness and yoga in schools: a guide for teachers and practitioners” (Springer Publishing Company, 2017) and “Mindfulness and yoga for self-regulation: A primer for mental health professionals” (Springer Publishing Company, 2015).

CONTACT:

Catherine Cook-Cottone, PhD
Professor of Counseling, School and Educational Psychology
University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education

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