From the monthly archives:

September 2010

Top Three Counseling Calgary Myths


Despite the fact that the Counseling profession has expanded exponentially over the last 50 years there are still some pervasive counseling myths that simply refuse to die.  Here are what some see as the top three counseling Calgary myths: Therapy is for crazy people. Therapy is for people who can’t help themselves. Once you begin […]

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Top Psychologist Calgary Tips


Search the Internet for top Psychologist Calgary tips and you’ll find some similarities and some differences in what these professionals see as top tips.  Dig into their lists and you’ll uncover a common element in the majority of them – they involve other people. You can’t give and receive gratitude without involving others.   You can’t […]

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When a Why helps a How


Have you ever asked yourself, “How am I ever going to get through this”?  In our existentially saturated lived lives most of us have and will again.  “How” is a statement about process.  “Why” is a statement about purpose.  Paraphrasing Nietzsche, “give a person a why and they will endure any how”.  So if you’re […]

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Your Three Brains and You


Ever wonder why you react, respond and resonate differently given different situations?  Actually it’s because human evolution has given you three brains, so, in a sense, there are three selves in you.  The “Triune Brain Hypothesis” (Dr. Paul MacLean) details how your physiology/neurology is comprised of: a “reptillian brain“-your instinctive, reactive self; a “paleo-mammilian brain”-your emotive, responsive self; and, […]

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