Anchan Kumar


Dr. Anchan Kumar studied Family Medication at the College of Manitoba, where she was profoundly committed to conveying optimized healthcare. With a sharp intrigue in mental well-being, Dr. Kumar has effectively contributed to the Queen’s Online Psychotherapy Lab, giving online psychotherapy to patients with different mental well-being conditions. Her endeavours centre on upgrading understanding encounters, making strides in the quality of care and progressing well-being results.

During her residency, Dr. Kumar sharpened her abilities in comprehensive persistent care. She tended to a wide range of therapeutic issues while focusing specifically on mental well-being. Her approach coordinated therapeutic ability with a compassionate understanding of the mental and social variables that impact well-being.

Dr. Kumar’s all-encompassing approach to patient care guarantees that she addresses the complete range of her patients’ needs. She proceeds to enhance and advocate for a better understanding and treatment of mental health conditions, endeavouring to form a positive effect within the field of Family Medication.

Educational Background


  • Pending ACLS Certification
  • BLS Certified
  • ECFMG Certified
  • Research Ethics (TCPS 2: Core)
  • 4th Annual McMaster University Review Course in Psychiatry
  • Stop The Bleed (Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre)
  • Telehealth Intervention Program for Older Adults (TIP-OA) – McGill University
  • Multi-Agency Volunteer HIV Core Skills Training
  • Advanced Neurological Review (Continuing Education – Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre)

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