The Blogs

Sex Addiction Los Angeles

Thursday, October 29, 2009

"Straight talk, up-to-date information and resources for individuals and couples about sexual addiction, cybersex addiction, sexual anorexia, sexual desire and sexual dysfunction." Recent posts:

Dr. Shock

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

A blog from Walter van den Broek, Dutch psychiatrist:

The Amazing World of Psychiatry

Home to Dr. Justin Marley's thoughts, reviews, and reflections.  Some recent posts:

Buckeye Psychiatry

"Adam Brandemihl, M.D., D.A.B.P.N. is a board certified psychiatrist in Dublin, Ohio. He treats adult patients and older teenagers with diagnoses ranging from ADHD, to anxiety and mood disorders. He was trained at The Ohio State University and is an avid sports fan."

The Wise Counsel Podcast

Sunday, October 25, 2009

"Audio interviews on topics on mental health and psychotherapy."

Or, if that link breaks (which it looks like it might), just try (blog + free therapist listing)

Inner Work

Welcome to the blog by...
...Jungian speakers and co-authors Robert A. Johnson and Jerry M. Ruhl. Gather round the cyber campfire, share a dream from last night or your waking dreams for a more meaningful life. Partake of teaching stories, myths, symbols, images - from ancient traditions to the latest celluloid wonder. We welcome your input.

Staff Psychologist / Will Meek PhD

Blog by Will Meek, PhD:
I am a licensed psychologist in the state of Washington, work primarily as Staff Psychologist / Director of Counseling Services at Washington State University Vancouver. I also have a private practice in Vancouver, WA, [and] am an adjunct professor at Portland State University.

The Relaxed Therapist

Ever wonder why all the really useful stuff never seems to make it into print? You know, the insights & tricks our supervisors impart to us after we’ve confessed to our latest screw-up?

Over the past 17 years working in the NHS, I’ve been given numerous hints & tips by supervisors, colleagues, trainees and clients, most of which aren’t to be found in any textbook.

I’ve passed these on to my trainees (and they’ve passed them on to theirs) but maybe it’s time we stopped relying on word of mouth and started sharing our hard-won experience.

Just Noticeable Differences

"I'm a psychologist, trained as a scientist, and practicing as a clinician. I write mostly about psychology, but I also talk about science, religion, politics and other issues as they affect my practice."

Commitment to Living

"Family therapist [Anthony Pisani, PhD] learns and teaches about suicide risk and prevention."

In the Room

Saturday, October 24, 2009

"This blog provides a forum for discussion of therapeutic technique..."  Recent posts:


"A psychoanalyst attempts to understand our world."

Practice Effects

"Random blather and nattering of a newly licensed clinical neuropsychologist juggling a budding private practice, family, volunteering and sanity. I am a highly trained professional. Don't try this at home, kids."

Jung at Heart

"I am a Jungian psychotherapist with 35 years of experience. I have offices in Belfast and Falmouth, Maine and also offer therapy by telephone."

Dr. Bliss

Posts by "Dr. Joy Bliss" on Maggie's Farm, a group blog:

Solution Focused Change

Thursday, October 22, 2009

From Coert Visser in the Netherlands.  Some recent posts:

Normal Eating

One of several eating disorder-themed blogs from Gurze Books.

Normal Eating:

The others:

Change Therapy

From Isabella Mori, in Vancouver, B.C., focusing on eating disorders, depression, and chronic pain.

The Last Psychiatrist

A psychiatrist weighs in on varied topics.  Recent posts:

From the Couch

From Laura Lefelar-Barch, EdS, LMFT, a dream work focused blog.  From the sidebar:

Dream Work Tips for Psychotherapists:

1. Whether to Introduce Dream Work to Psychotherapy
2. Helping a Client Remember and Record Dreams
3. Exploration Stage of Dream Work
4. Insight/Interpretation Stage of Dream Work
5. Action/Behavioral Stage of Dream Work
6. Working with Nightmare

    Blogging Behavioral

    "My name is Sandy Andrews, Ph.D. I am a clinical psychologist practicing in Texas. My theoretical foundation is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Systems Theory. My blog's intent (and they all have one, whether they admit it or not) is to share some of what I know about clinical psychology and perspectives gained from across the couch."

    Dr. Deb

    "My name is Deborah Serani, Psy.D. and I am a psychologist who specializes in depression and trauma. I also enjoy writing and serving as a resource for psychologically related issues in magazines, newspapers, radio and television. . . anything that can bring psychology and psychoanalysis to a wider audience."

    Cognitive Daily

    Wednesday, October 21, 2009

    "Cognitive Daily reports nearly every day on fascinating peer-reviewed developments in cognition from the most respected scientists in the field."

    Love, Sex, Attraction...and Science

    Just what it sounds like--the science of love, sex, and attraction.  Some sidelinked posts:

    The Situationist

    Not private practice, but of interest.  Name/mission explained:
    There is a dominant conception of the human animal as a rational, or at least reasonable, preference-driven chooser, whose behavior reflects preferences, moderated by information processing and will, but little else. Laws, policies, and the most influential legal theories are premised on that same conception. Social psychology and related fields have discovered countless ways in which that conception is wrong. “The situation” refers to causally significant features around us and within us that we do not notice or believe are relevant in explaining human behavior. “Situationism” is an approach that is deliberately attentive to the situation. It is informed by social science—particularly social psychology, social cognition, cognitive neuroscience and related fields—and the discoveries of market actors devoted to influencing consumer behavior—marketers, public relations experts, and the like. The Situationist is a forum for scholars, students, lawyers, policymakers, and interested citizens to examine, discuss, and debate the effect of situational forces – that is, non-salient factors around and within us – on law, policy, politics, policy theory, and our social, political, and economic institutions.

    Mind Hacks

    "Neuroscience and psychology tricks to find out what's going on inside your brain." Recent posts:

    Positive Psychology Blogs

    Pulled from's blogroll, happiness how-to's, in blog form, times two:

    Positive Psychology is on the march at, "a personal trainer for your happiness."

    Pasadena Therapist

    Tuesday, October 20, 2009

    Blog by Kalea Chapman, PsyD. From the top posts list:

    Brain Blogger

    Brain Blogger is... award winning blog that covers topics from multidimensional biopsychosocial perspectives. We review the latest news and research related toneuroscience/neurology, psychology/psychiatry, andhealth/healthcare. Our blog serves as a focal point for attracting new minds beyond the basic sciences of the mind-and-brain and into the biopsychosocial model.

    This project is an official undertaking of the Global Neuroscience Initiative Foundation (GNIF) — a major international non-profit charity organization for the advancement of neurological and mental health patient welfare, education, and research.

    The Psychology Corner

    Group blog on a variety of psych-related topics. Subtitle: "Everyday psychology."

    Psych Scamp

    Jennifer Riley's blog about "psychiatry, psychology, philosophy, and personal opinion for patients, therapists, and students." Her self-description:
    I am currently a researcher in neuropsychiatry, though my formal education background is in physics and biology. My primary career interest is pediatric psychiatry, though I find I am swaying more to the young adult category with increasing experience. I am not a doctor, but I go to rounds, read medical journals, and work with patients. I am also a patient myself. The articles posted here are the result of my varied exposures to the world of psychiatry.

    Exploring Psychology

    David Webb's blog...

    The Carlat Psychiatry Blog

    Dr. Daniel Carlat's pharma-focused blog "supporting the search for honesty in medical education."

    World of Psychology

    A group blog from PsychCentral (one of Time's best sites of 2008, if the tag in the corner of the home page is to be believed).


    Very slick blog by Jeremy Dean, a researcher at University College London. Recent popular posts:

    Psychology Today Blogs

    Dozens of blogs (indexed here) about all things psych. Too much to actually read, but here's the link:

    CorePsych Blog

    "Dr. Charles Parker reports on core brain and body science: psychology and mind evolve." Focused on ADHD and brain chemistry.

    Psychlinks Mental Health Blog

    Ottowa psychologist Dr. David Baxter's blog, part of psychlinks, his Internet mini-empire. Recent posts:

    Garth Kroeker

    Monday, October 19, 2009

    Psychiatrist Garth Kroeker's self-titled blog features "A discussion about psychiatry, mental illness, emotional problems, and things that help." Recent posts, to get a flavor:
    Looks good.

    Simple Marriage

    Have sex.


    Slow down.


    Slow down.


    And other wisdom on keeping a relationship together from Corey Allan, PhD.

    Shrink Rap

    Sunday, October 18, 2009

    Blog maintained by three psychiatrists, who also do a podcast (My Three Shrinks). Subtitle:
    Dinah, ClinkShrink, & Roy introduce Shrink Rap: a blog by Psychiatrists for Psychiatrists. A place to talk; no one has to listen. All patient vignettes are confabulated; the psychiatrists, however, are mostly real. --Topics include psychotherapy, humor, depression, bipolar, anxiety, schizophrenia, medications, antidepressants, antipsychotics, ethics, psychopharmacology, forensic and correctional psychiatry, psychology, mental health, chocolate, and emotional support ducks. Don't ask.
    Shrink Rap's links to other psychiatrist blogs is here--to be added in time to this directory.

    Live Mindfully

    Take it away...
    We are a group practice in Chicago, offering professional education, mindfulness-informed psychotherapy, courses in Mindful Eating and Stress Reduction, and Mindfulness-Based Wellness Services. This blog is our attempt to encourage all of us as we practice mindfulness and participate in these programs. Read more about the therapists at IHP on our website
    Great links to meditation MP3s and such.

    HealthSkills Weblog

    "Skills for healthly living for health professionals living in chronic pain management."

    Filed under "Top Posts":

    Child Development Partners

    Blog by Susan Giurleo, PhD covers what you might think it would cover--kid stuff. Some recent posts:

    Where the Client Is

    PPB-keeper's newish blog about "Launching and growing a private psychotherapy practice." Early posts cover finding an office, getting insured, putting up a web site, getting clients, etc.

    Psychotherapy Perspectives

    In blog's own words:
    This blog is dedicated to discussion of Psychotherapy and any issues people want to bring up pertaining to this subject. It is maintained and authored by Davis Mintun Professional Services Inc., an Indianapolis-based psychotherapy partnership.
    Some recent posts:

    Everyone Needs Therapy

    Long-running therapy blog with loyal following. Subtitle captures the spirit:
    This social work blog reflects my multi-disciplinary scholarship, academic degrees, and all kinds of letters after my name to make me feel big. Psychoeducational and happy, I'd consider guest lecturing in a warm, sunny climate, topic your choice. The blog is NOT to diagnose, treat, or replace human to human legal, psychological or medical professional advice. References to people, with the exception of myself, and events except those about me, and even some of those, are entirely fictional.


    Friday, October 16, 2009

    Arriving momentarily on these pages, a directory of blogs by private practitioners about private practice. Mental health is the initial focus--MFTs, MSWs, LCSWs, PsyDs, PhDs, MDs--but...the more the merrier. Have a blog that you write or like and want to see listed? Write to submit. Let the directory begin!