Mental Health Tags and Topics

Find mental health articles on similar topics by following our set of tags that connect articles together, wherever they might be found on the site.

Although you can navigate through the site via the tabs at the top of the page, and each section is further organized hierarchically by category, we’ve also tagged individual articles to enable you to connect ‘sideways’ through articles which address the same or similar topics. For example, not all articles about the topic of depression will be found in the same section of the site — some might be organized with symptoms, some with drug treatments, some with self-help, and so on — but the ‘depression’ tag will connect all of them together.

Here’s the full list of topics we’ve used while tagging articles; when you click on a tag, the resulting list will be shown in alphabetical order.

(Note that separate topic lists are available for the main site blog Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life as well as for Ask the Psychologist.)

abuse and trauma ADHD alcohol anxiety and stress autistic spectrum bereavement bipolar disorder coaching cognitive therapy and CBT communication depression drug abuse eating disorders effectiveness ethics existentialism health in practice law enforcement listening marketing medicine and medications mindfulness money and finances neuroscience news and research online mental health overviews & guides panic parenting and children person-centred personality disorders philosophy phobia politics productivity programming and development psychiatry psychodyamics psychology profession PTSD relationships and family schizophrenia screening security and privacy technology therapy training and development

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