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Addicted to Fitness Show Notes – An Interview with Clinical Psychologist Dr. Nydia Conrad

We’re back with another Thursday episode of the Addicted to Fitness podcast, which means another interview with a health & fitness pro. Shannon and I regularly discuss the importance of mental fitness on overall health, which is why I’m excited to bring you this episode with clinical psychologist Dr. Nydia Conrad.

In addition to being a clinical psychologist, Dr. Conrad is a relationship counselor, sex therapist and an avid yoga practitioner.  Dr. Conrad and I chat about the process of discovering your passion, the positive effect exercise can have on controlling anxiety and why a supportive “family” structure can help you reach your goals.

Make sure you listen to the entire episode to hear all the helpful advice & info from Dr. Conrad. If you’re interested in contacting her directly, click here to visit her profile on psychologytoday.com and/or reach out to her on Twitter at @Dr_N_Conrad. Make sure you say that you heard about her on the Addicted to Fitness podcast.

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Don’t forget that we’re always looking for suggestions on compelling individuals from the field of health & fitness to ask to come on the podcast. Please send your recommendations to TheATFpodcast@gmail.com and don’t forget to rate, review and share the podcast.

Links to this episode

iTunes: https://goo.gl/sryxUq 

Soundcloud: https://goo.gl/uN2Qeq

Website: https://goo.gl/16gjr9

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