With great pride, we are thrilled to announce that Psychreg has been nominated for the National Diversity Awards for the category Entrepreneur of Excellence Award.
In order for us to be selected for the award, we need votes from our readers. It only takes seconds to vote for Psychreg through this link.
Voting closes on 1st June 2018. And although the award is based in the UK, anyone is eligible to vote.
The National Diversity Awards is a prestigious black tie event in the UK, which celebrates the excellent achievements of grass-root communities that tackle the issues in today’s society, giving them recognition for their dedication and hard work. You can read more about the award here.
This is the third time that Psychreg has been nominated for an award. On 20th April 2018, Psychreg will be attending the UK Blog Awards 2018 to be held at Marriott Square, as one of the finalists. And in 2017, we emerged as a highly commended blog out of more than 2,000 entries across the UK. We could not have achieved this without the fantastic support from our readers.
As a self-funded resource, the core mission of Psychreg is simple: to be generous in providing people with relevant and high-quality content in mental health, well-being, and diversity. But apart from delivering useful content to tackle mental health issues, at the heart of what Psychreg does is to be an excellent role model for diversity and unity. This is reflected within their team which are spread across the globe: from the UK, US, India, and the Philippines. And to exemplify an unyielding commitment to diversity and inclusion, Psychreg articles are written fundamentally by people from diverse backgrounds, from different countries all over the world.
If you have – in one way or another – benefited from the contents of Psychreg, please vote for us. This will serve as an inspiration for us to keep on striving and stay focused on what we do.
Danielle Marie Parreño, Digital Assistant – Danielle holds a degree in Psychology (cum laude) from the University of the Philippines Diliman and is pursuing her graduate degree in clinical psychology from the same university. She is currently interested in exploring how expressive arts can positively aid and influence individuals during psychotherapy, counselling, and educational interventions. Danielle is the Philippine representative for the International Society of Psychology, Counselling and Education (ISPCE).