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Thank you for your interest in writing for, an online platform visited by many thousands of readers each month from over 150 countries. We publish articles that engage people personally and professionally and are seeking original pieces that take fresh perspectives on new and traditional ideas.

We are open to most articles but have set some simple outlines to ensure we provide the best match for both our readers and your message. If you need inspiration, here are a few topics that we would be interested in:

Current issues in addictions: gambling, internet, sex & love, Mindfulness and psychotherapy, Race, ethnicity, religion, culture, Group therapy, Eating disorders, Therapist burnout, Medication and psychotherapy.
We welcome contributions from a wide range of theoretical, psychological and psychotherapeutic perspectives. We also occasionally publish relevant book chapters, poetry, book and movie reviews related to psychotherapy themes.

Writing Guidelines:

We are seeking writing on that is relatively free of jargon, more conversational, often using a story-telling format that includes case vignettes. We look for writing styles that are informal, yet professional, including the use of first person, and in an active voice.

We are especially interested in articles that include the experience of the therapist. Most of the articles we publish are about 4000 words, but we do accept briefer articles of about 2000 words, as well as longer articles up to 8000 words. Photos and other material that enhance the quality of the material are welcome.

References to research, studies, and sources may be relevant to your piece, but please use only when necessary and avoid extensive literature reviews. Note that we use footnotes for citations rather than references, and these should be used only when absolutely necessary, and kept to a minimum.

Confidentiality and Ethics:

Names and identifying information of all clients mentioned in case material should be sufficiently changed to protect their confidentiality and privacy in accordance with respective professional association guidelines for counsellors, psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists and other mental health professionals. Please check with us regarding questions for disguising client identities and confidentiality concerns. All works should abide by the ethical guidelines of respective professional organisations as well. 

Articles and works published on are copyrighted by with exclusive publication and full distribution rights. We do occasionally publish works previously published elsewhere with appropriate permissions. Authors may retain permission to publish the piece in print format, with reference to publication in

Book Reviews:

We are also interested in book reviews of professional and non-professional books that would be of interest to our readers. Book reviews should generally be between 750-2000 words.

To Submit an Article:

Please email your submission to and include a brief biography. Also, note whether the piece you are submitting has been published online, in a print journal, book, or elsewhere. Feel free to send us a first draft, or even a proposal or beginning of an article so we can give you feedback as to whether it is in the ballpark of something we'd be interested in.

Review Process: publishes articles on a monthly basis, and accepts submissions year round. We appreciate all inquiries and submissions to, as it gives us a feel for what is of interest to our viewers and colleagues. Your article or proposal will be reviewed by our staff editors and outside consultants for relevance, quality, style, content and fit for

We will contact you by email to let you know we received it, then again after reviewing to let you know if it is accepted, if further review or changes are needed, or if we are passing on it. Only a select number of articles are published each month. All articles are subject to editing through email with your cooperation and approval. Several revisions via email are usually required for accepted articles. The feedback we have received from our authors is that the editing process is a rewarding and collaborative one, which results in a higher quality final article.

Please contact us if you have questions about submitting your work to Please note that we do not currently offer a compensation scheme for submitting content to our website. We do however offer coverage on our social media platforms and sensitively placed backlinks to your website.