Clinical Psychologist? Join Us and Help One Reader at a Time, While Reaching an Audience of Millions

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It’s been a year now since we last put out a call to expand our ‘Ask the Psychologist’ faculty, and it’s time again: if you’re a clinical psychologist, you like to write, and you’d like to reach an audience of millions while while helping one reader at a time, we’d like to hear from you.

One of the most successful sections of, our Ask the Psychologist column has now published answers for over 2,000 questions sent in by readers from around the globe. We launched ‘ATP’ in 2007 and have been growing ever since.

We’re expanding again, and we have openings for one or more clinical psychologists to join the team. The new new contributor will join the academic and professional faculty of and potentially our International Advisory Board as well.

The new Ask the Psychologist faculty member will field questions from the public on psychology and mental health, publishing under their own byline, with biographical information and a link to their section and their own website included with each question answered. New posts are automatically featured on the front page of the site as well as the front page and relevant archive sections of Ask the Psychologist, and they are included in our RSS feeds and email newsletters.

Faculty members make their own selections as to which questions they would like to answer, and their replies are entirely their own.

Depending on the interests and experience of new faculty members, these posts offer room for development into very high-profile roles responsible for a significant proportion of the new content published each week by

Other Ask the Psychologist faculty members have received invitations to give workshops and public seminars directly related to their work with the site, have boosted sales of books they authored, and have enjoyed the personal satisfaction of publishing replies which on some occasions have even made them directly responsible for saving a life.

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The new faculty member will set their own preferred frequency of contributing to Ask the Psychologist, and an honorarium will be paid that is commensurate with their level of contribution.

So if you’re a clinical psychologist and you like the idea of reaching a wider audience via the written word, helping one person at a time but for the benefit of millions, we hope you’ll give us a shout. Please get in touch with a summary of your background, qualifications and experience, and any particular interests you may have as they relate to the site. Please include ‘Ask the Psychologist Faculty’ in the subject line of your email to help us handle it efficiently.

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