With Dr. Pete Kelly | C.Psych | Podcaster | Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Kelly provides individual and group treatment to adults for mood and anxiety disorders using a variety of cognitive-behavioural therapies. An area of focus and interest in the treatment of posttraumatic stress using CBT techniques. Dr. Kelly also provides cognitive-behavioural treatment for anxiety and depression associated with tinnitus.
Prior to joining the OICBT Dr. Kelly was a psychologist in the Anxiety Disorders Program at the Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre. He is currently an Adjunct Research Professor in the Department of Neuroscience and a Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at Carleton University.
In addition to publishing scientific papers, Dr. Kelly is co-author of the clinician manual “Treating Psychosis: A Clinician’s Guide to Mindfulness, Acceptance, and Compassion-Based Approaches within the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Tradition”. He is also co-author of the Canadian Adaptation of the textbook “Research Methods in Psychology” for Oxford University Press.
- How to bring “meaning” in our daily activities
- How challenges, difficult moments and negative emotions are part of our “meaning” journey
- Access to wealth above a certain amount will not cure the ailments we have
- How we search for significance by using money
- The value of aligning your values, money and actions
- The impacts of feeling “never enough” and “always striving” for something
- Why identifying your home base as yourself helps create happier lives
- We don’t have control over the outside world, and money often creates an illusion we can control the outside world
- How utilizing the learnings from CBT can help us gain awareness on why we think, act and feel about money