A Tool for How to Deal with Difficult Thoughts and Emotions?

Geordy Murphy - Registered Provisional Psychologist in St. Albert

How to Deal with Difficult thoughts and Emotions? By Geordy Murphy Have you ever stepped into a shower without knowing it was freezing cold? Have you ever thought about how the body responds to the cold is a little like the way we handle emotions that are difficult? Let me explain. Emotions can be unpredictable […]

Dealing with Pain and Suffering

Life Can Throw you Lemons Today is the Anniversary of my Bone Marrow Transplant in 2015 at Vancouver General Hospital. I want to share a bit of my story with you today and offer hope to anyone going through something difficult at the moment. The day after my wifes 30th birthday I was diagnosed with […]

How to Avoid the Four Horsemen in A Relationship?

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The Four Horsemen in a relationship is a reference not to the Biblical story but instead of the four major obstacles that can ruin a relationship. Often one or all four of the horsemen will surface during conflict discussions, and it becomes essential to eliminate them by ideally replacing them with something more productive.

Dealing with High Conflict and Repairing a Relationship

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The Four Horsemen in a relationship is a reference not to the Biblical story but instead of the four major obstacles that can ruin a relationship. Often one or all four of the horsemen will surface during conflict discussions, and it becomes essential to eliminate them by ideally replacing them with something more productive.

Using Gottman’s 7 Principles To Make A Marriage Work In Therapy With Couples

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The Four Horsemen in a relationship is a reference not to the Biblical story but instead of the four major obstacles that can ruin a relationship. Often one or all four of the horsemen will surface during conflict discussions, and it becomes essential to eliminate them by ideally replacing them with something more productive.

How do we Respond to Mental Health within the Church?

To Commune “to come together” If you don”t know what to say, don’t say anything… What is Community? As a child I had the experience of watching my mother struggle with mental health issues after she gave birth to my sister. I won’t share all of her story because it is not my story to […]

Starting a Business In the Midst of Covid-19

by Geordy Murphy MA CCC Do I need to say anymore?   The difficulty it presents is far reaching as I attempt at connecting with others from a social distancing model and with the presence of fear, anxiety and isolation as indicators that you are “doing it for the greater good.” I am not against […]