Murphy first learned about Peak House when he was a teenager himself, in the late 1990s, through participation in activism alongside Vikki Reynolds, who served as the program’s Clinical Supervisor for many years.
After completing his undergraduate degree in Linguistics and Gender Studies at SFU, Murphy joined the Peak House team as a Youth Counsellor in 2006. He left Peak House to prioritize parenting in 2010, and went on to earn a Master’s degree from the Society, Culture & Politics in Education program at UBC.
In 2022, Murphy returned to Peak House — to continue telling anyone who’ll listen that Peak House is an extraordinary and uniquely excellent treatment program.
Murphy’s lived experience of neurodivergence informs their approach to working in solidarity with people navigating systems to access services. Murphy’s passion for social justice also motivates their belief in the transformative power of narrative & meaning-based therapies.
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