There are tons of mental health bloggers out there – and undeniably we all play a crucial role in increasing the awareness that surround mental health issues. Educating the public on mental health and battling the stigma of mental illness is a massive mission. That’s why the world needs dedicated mental health bloggers.
However, to date, there is a scarcity of events specifically aimed for mental health bloggers. An event dedicated to mental health bloggers will not only be a much-needed networking opportunity for bloggers within this niche, but will also further raise issues about our advocacy.
In line with this, Psychreg is planning to host a mental health bloggers event to be held in London, sometime in December 2018. Although Psychreg has organised events in the past, this pioneering event is a huge undertaking. We are therefore looking for collaborators – mental health bloggers (and vloggers), potential speakers, organisations, charities, universities, etc. – who would like to collaborate with us in organising this event.
We are open for proposals; please send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dennis Relojo is the founder of Psychreg and is also the Editor-in-Chief of Psychreg Journal of Psychology. Aside from PJP, he sits on the editorial boards of peer-reviewed journals, and is a Commissioning Editor for the International Society of Critical Health Psychology. A Graduate Member of the British Psychological Society, Dennis holds a master’s degree in psychology from the University of Hertfordshire. His research interest lies in the intersection of psychology and blogging. You can connect with him through Twitter @DennisRelojo and his website.
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