Now in our 8th year, we’re once again looking to expand our academic and professional faculty and to welcome new regular authors to the team. And even if you’re not quite ready to join the team directly, we also have some other ways you can help.
Once upon a time, this site was the creation of just one person, but those days are long gone. Now we’re an international team of psychologists, counsellors, therapists, web business specialists and others, each contributing our special individual talents to produce one of the web’s most visited sites in our niche. Members of our team learn first-hand what it’s like to build a trusted web resource, to establish or enhance their own reputations as respected contributors to the field, and — most importantly by far — to make a difference to the lives of individual readers across the world, leveraging the power of modern technology to reach far greater numbers than we could ever hope to meet face-to-face or even via most traditional print media.
We’ve been growing non-stop ever since our founding, often with new contributors joining us on an ad hoc basis, and now it’s time for us to expand more deliberately again in up to three different categories. Within the next few minutes, we’ll be publishing details about new positions available in each of the following:
- Ask the Psychologist Faculty
- Assistant Editor(s)
- Regular Blog Authors and Contributors
We’ve prepared a separate description in a new post for each of those three areas, so just click through to see the specifics if you’d like to follow up and get in touch.
How Else You Can Help
Even if you’re not quite ready to take the plunge as a regular contributor or faculty member, you can still help! The most important thing you can do is to pass the word: let your friends and colleagues know about the site. Do you know someone who might want to join us? Let them know we’re looking! How about someone who might like to ask a question at our Ask the Psychologist service? Tell them about it: drop them a note with our URL.
Are you a Twitter user? Give us a quick tweet, and let your followers know about us. If you haven’t already, you can also click the graphic in the sidebar to follow the team on Twitter.
How about Facebook? Go on: become a fan of CounsellingResource.com on Facebook, and you can keep up to date with all the latest, while also letting your friends know about the site.
And don’t forget you can also just click the Facebook ‘Like’ button we include on most pages to help get the word out about that specific page, or hit the ‘retweet’ button for an easy way to send a quick tweet for that URL.
Besides Facebook and Twitter, we also appreciate all those mentions people offer us via other social networking and bookmarking services (StumbleUpon, Reddit, Del.icio.us, Yahoo! Buzz, etc.) — many of which are included in our quick ‘chicklets’ in the sidebar for one-click access.
And last but certainly not least, if you write your own blog or run your own website, mentioning and/or linking to the site can do wonders for us when it comes to enhancing the site’s profile among potential new readers we haven’t met yet. Whether your site is gigantic or modest, brand new or getting on in years, don’t underestimate the power you have to help get the word out with a simple link.
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