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The editor and production staff work closely with you to maximise the impact of your article. I invite you to publish your work on Mentor Pro if you are an expert in mental health, addictions, relationships, or therapy. We would love to have some mental health experts and bloggers with advice & stimulating first hand accounts, just like you. We are always looking for great mental health bloggers with lived experience. We seek submissions from folk who have either served in the military or their friends/family members.

So there might be some changes to your submission. We won’t claim ownership of your piece; you own the copyright. But if you choose to republish your piece on another publication, we politely request that you mention that it was first published on Psychreg, and that you link back to the original piece. When you’ve already written at least three articles for us, we will create a stand-alone profile for you as one of our contributors.


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Please be as specific as possible with your title so readers will know exactly what your piece relates to. If your article is suitable for the site, we will let you know and you can begin writing. If you already have an article written, no problem! When an article is published on our site, it is then owned by Blunt Therapy.

However, you have to ensure that the pictures used are copyright free, must have high resolution, and should pertain to the topic of the article. They can help dismantle mental health stigmas that affect people’s well-being. Here are some ways you can avoid perpetuating harmful mental health stereotypes in your content. You can create clinically accurate content by starting with credible sources. As you know, our favorite search engines don’t rank results based on credibility. Last but not least, keep in mind that in case we publish your article, you cannot publish it anywhere else even on your own blog.

Our team of editors and experts will collaborate with you to bring your vision to the page. For more than 40 years, our publishing partners at PESI and Psychotherapy Networker have been helping authors like you launch and grow their careers. We’re thrilled to build on their expertise with therapist.com.

Our goal for “The Burnout Lab” is to help our readers understand their brain’s function and health a little better, and equip them to incorporate mental wellbeing hacks into their daily lives. Our topics range from happiness, to mood, sleep, stress management, burnout, and more. We only publish easy-to-read and helpful articles or audios.

“In the year or so since we launched, we’ve also come to realize the power of personal narrative in advancing our mission. A retired Secret Service agent can illuminate the agency’s problems in ways a news story might miss. A woman living with anxiety disorder can explain her experience in a way even the best statistics will hide.

We are looking for articles and reviews that inform, entertain, inspire, challenge, engage and empower; promoting self care, mindfulness, wellbeing, positive mental health and engagement with Therapy. We welcome submissions in the form of narrative; explorative articles and blogs; the sharing of experiences and knowledge from a personal or professional perspective. When the need is high and therapists are busy and burnt out, how can you create trustworthy mental health content?