great counselling and psychotherapy blogs

Are you interested in psychotherapy and counselling?  Do you like to read what other therapists have to say?  You can learn a lot from other therapists and be entertained by them too (hopefully).

Let’s track those goodies down

I’ve constructed a list of some of my favourite therapy blogs.  This is just the start of a list  and I’m hoping that you will add to my list and tell me about any great therapists or counsellors that I have missed.  What do you think to the blogs that I have chosen?

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Great Therapy Blogs

Here are some other great therapy blogs I love to read. What do you think/ Got any other suggestions?

Great Therapy Blogs | Professional Relationship Advice For Women and Men

SMARTERrelationships provides professional relationship advice for women and men and is devoted to celebrating and promoting healthy relationships in a fun and informative way. We coach you on how to live and love smarter in dating and marriage relationships.

Great Therapy Blogs | Blog - On Being a Therapist

My Twitter question of the week is: Any ideas on how a therapist goes to 8-5? I assume this question means "How do you keep from having clients spread out over 16 hours a day, seven days a week, when you are starting out?"

Great Therapy Blogs | Men After Fifty - It Takes BALLS To Face The Issues Of Midlife & Beyond!

I'm Dr. Adam Sheck, and I'd like to welcome you to the "Men After Fifty" Community! Living for more than half a century on this planet is a rite of passage and I wanted to create a place where we can share our wisdom and experience to help each other and to help those who matter in our lives.

Great Therapy Blogs | Aspire Therapy Manchester

We are interested in the uses of hypnotherapy for developing calm, relaxation and confidence and for overcoming problems such as stress, anxiety and overeating.

Great Therapy Blogs | After Psychotherapy - Insights from 30+ years in the profession

An online mental health resource for those who may have begun their journey of self-discovery during and after their psychotherapy treatment.

Great Therapy Blogs | TalkTherapyBiz | Anxiety advice that works.

Have you ever been startled by the sound of firecrackers or barking dogs? How about dreams where you awaken suddenly and intensely about being in an accident? Me, too. The problem is that the memory is stuck in our bodies. If you read last week's popular post on Positive Psychology, you're familiar with the importance [...]

Great Therapy Blogs | Manchester Psychotherapy blog page | Manchester Psychotherapy

Manchester Psychotherapy blog page for information on counselling, therapists, couples therapy and helpful advice you can use yourself.

Great Therapy Blogs | Psychology: The Theory Of Slating.

I take a theory. I then slate it. I like to call it constructive criticism, others call it taking the piss. (by PsychologySlater)

Great Therapy Blogs | Psychotherapy Brown Bag

Psychotherapy Brown Bag is an interactive online magazine featuring articles written by prominent researchers and clinicians. The aim of the site is to provide information on the use of science to drive psychotherapy. The intended audience is broad and includes clinicians, researchers, and non-professional individuals interested in obtaining information on effective mental health treatment.

Great Therapy Blogs | Psychotherapy Blog

On this past Sunday's broadcast of "Weekend Edition" on National Public Radio, the focus was on the 50th anniversary of Betty Freidan's The Feminine Mystique. In this book Friedan raged against the status of women in the 1960s.

Great Therapy Blogs | What Does the Soul Want?

The currently most widely held view of the world is materialist. According to this view phenomena which appear immaterial have, or could only have, a materialist explanation. These phenomena could, in other words, be reduced to causal chains as physics and chemistry present them.

Great Therapy Blogs | Mind Hacks

Neuroscience and psychology news and views.

Great Therapy Blogs | Shrink Rap

The early editions of the DSM were chaotic. With more recent editions, there have been attempts to cluster symptoms into disorders in a way that is more useful: that allows for meaningful research and allows clinicians to have some diagnostic reliability.

Great Therapy Blogs | The Happiness Project

Every Wednesday is Tip Day. This Wednesday: 7 tips for making other people feel smart and insightful. We all want to get along well with other people, and one way to do this is to help people feel good about themselves. If you make a person feel smart and insightful, that person will enjoy your company.

Great Therapy Blogs | Brain Blogger

As we get ready to celebrate Mother's Day this weekend, we have been greeted with news of the liberation of three young women who were held in captivity for nearly 10 years in a ramshackle house located in a rundown neighborhood of Cleveland.

Great Therapy Blogs | This is water

On May 21, 2005, David Foster Wallace got up before the graduating class of Kenyon college and delivered one of history's most memorable commencement addresses. It wasn't until Wallace's death in 2008 that the speech took on a life of its own under the title This Is Water, and was even adapted into a short book.

Great Therapy Blogs | Psychology studies relevant to everyday life from PsyBlog

Understand your mind with the science of psychology.

Great Therapy Blogs | pasadena therapist

There's been some big news this week in the world of mental health (for one that suicide among baby boomers is increasing to the point where the number of suicides per year in the United States now exceeds deaths by automobile accidents), but perhaps the biggest story relates to the National Institute for Mental Health rejecting the authority of the soon-to-be-released Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, known to most in the business as simply, DSM-5.

Great Therapy Blogs | Mark Nakell Counseling and Psychotherapy in Portland, Maine

If you have arrived at this page, it's probably because you are dealing with change in your life, either trying to make a change, or working to absorb change which is already happening. I help people change. I have been doing this since 1985.

Great Therapy Blogs | - Psychology, Therapy & Mental Health Resources

Take psychological self-tests and quizzes, check symptoms of common disorders, look up medications, compare types of psychotherapy, or learn about secure...

Great Therapy Blogs | Vantage Point Counseling Blog

This page is dedicated to discussing current events and topics of interest. Please feel free to contact me with questions questions or comments. This page will be updated often, so please check back frequently. Click on the title to be directed to the article you are interested in reading about below.Be sure to search Archives for past posts that were written for this blog.

Great Therapy Blogs | Generally Thinking

"A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyze a new problem, pitch manure, program a computer, cook a tasty meal, fight efficiently, die gallantly.

Great Therapy Blogs | The Psychology of Wellbeing

Musings on the science of holistic wellness.

Great Therapy Blogs | Counselling Melbourne | Melbourne Counsellors | Psychotherapy Service

Real People Counselling is a Melbourne based counselling service. Our counsellors provide counselling and psychotherapy to people in Melbourne.

Great Therapy Blogs | Gamer Therapist

In psychotherapy we have grown to have a narrow definition of what it means to prescribe something. Most of us think of prescription in terms of medication, however if we take this definition, you'll see why I often prescribe video games: pre·scribe (of a medical practitioner) Advise and authorize the use of (a medicine or treatment) for someone, esp.

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  1. THE COUNSELLING ROOM on November 8, 2013 at 9:54 am

    Really a great post .Thanks for posting such useful information.

  2. Rune Moelbak, Ph.D. on January 25, 2014 at 11:48 pm

    Nice list of therapy blogs. I just started my own blog a couple of months back called: Insight. A Blog for the Critical Consumer of Psychotherapy. This blog takes a critical look at what passes for common sense and good practice in the psychotherapy field. The hope is to inspire greater thoughtfulness about who we are as human beings and the role therapeutic discourse plays in reinforcing or challenging our self-conceptions.

  3. The Cambridge Counsellor on March 2, 2014 at 9:58 pm

    Thoroughly enjoyed your article. I think it would be a lot better for the counselling world if more people blogged and gave their experience and knowledge. Keep up the good work.

  4. Philippe Jacquet on April 23, 2014 at 4:44 am

    I wasn’t familiar with too many of the blogs you’ve listed so I’m happy to discover your list. Thanks for posting this.

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  6. Northampton counselling on October 22, 2014 at 9:19 am

    Great list. Blogs are a great resource for people who want to ‘self-serve’ certain issues first. And if they find one they like, they’re more likely to use that same counsellor in their professional counselling services.

  7. Amanda Farrington on December 19, 2014 at 4:58 pm

    Nice list. Check out my new blog too!

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