I am excited to offer Empowered Relief™ classes!
Empowered Relief™ is an evidence-based, single-session pain class that rapidly equips patients with pain management skills. It was developed at Stanford University.
Here's how you will benefit:
- You will learn about the science of...
I am quoted in Oprah Daily on the topic of positive affirmations.
I find that "lipstick on the mirror"/toxic positivity self-talk to be unhelpful. These types of statements can indeed make someone feel worse because they don't feel genuine.
One thing that can be helpful is if you can ask...
A diagnosis of an eating disorder can be life-altering for any parent (not to mention the person who is actually diagnosed with the eating disorder!).
You may question yourself on if you should have seen the signs earlier or if you should currently be doing more.
The time is now to start...
Information below is taken from https://988lifeline.org/current-events/the-lifeline-and-988/
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is now: 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
988 has been designated as the new three-digit dialing code that will route callers to the National Suicide Prevention...
"Wow - just wow! I've done plenty of mindful breathing but Dr. Geraghty brought some new techniques that I hadn't done before. And I loved the color visualization - I've never done anything like that."
Download your copy today! https://www.phoenixrisingwithdrg.com/offers/5JopuvWm/checkout
Migraine & Headache Awareness Month is coming to a close, however advocacy and awareness needs to occur all year round!
View my 2017 interview with INvisible Project, 1st Migraine Edition, online:
Also checkout my article, "Medical History...
Thank you, Jenn Heater for taking the time to interview me on a topic that is so near and dear to my heart!
#mham #mham2022 ...
“When people think of eating disorders, the image is often of an emaciated, white teenage girl in the hospital hooked up to feeding tubes. In fact, eating disorders are varied in how they present in a person, and they certainly do not ‘look’ a certain way.
Heads UP - Episode 126: Migraine Medication Failures
National Headache Foundation
"Have you had a migraine medication fail you? Or have multiple migraine medications failed you? How did it make you feel? In this episode of Heads UP Lindsay Weitzel, Ph.D. talks to Melissa Geraghty Psy.D. about...
National Headache Foundation
Heads UP - Episode 123: Medical Gaslighting
"What is Medical Gaslighting? If you have migraine or another chronic pain condition, chances are you have experienced medical gaslighting. Medical gaslighting can result in a form of medical trauma, and it can alter the...
I am excited to be a guest on 3 podcasts today covering:
Eating disorder myths (for now, check out my program, The Ultimate Eating Disorders Bootcamp for Parents https://www.phoenixrisingwithdrg.com/opt-in)
How we feel when medications fail us
What to do when we are stuck in bed with pain
"Preparing and planning to self-advocate when dealing with medical professionals who may be unfamiliar with the diagnosis."
Dr. Melissa Geraghty Psy.D of Phoenix Rising with Dr. G
11 May 2022
Drawing on her own experience of rare disease Dr Melissa Geraghty is on a mission to provide mental health support to those with chronic illness and pain to ensure no one feels alone on their RARE journey.
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It was a pleasure being interviewed by Elizabeth Brown for this piece: "Are pets a gateway drug to parenting?"
Dr. Melissa Geraghty
On 3/19/22 at 4:00 AM EDT
When a parent is faced with their child having an eating disorder, it is an overwhelming time. It doesn't matter if their child is an adolescent or young adult, the world of eating disorders can seem foreign and unknown.
An eating disorder impacts...
When it comes to eating disorders, there are plenty of incorrect assumptions. Let’s debunk three of them.
Myth: Eating disorders occur only in teenage, rich white girls.
This myth perpetuates stereotypes and can discourage people from getting treatment as they think...