Dennis Relojo-Howell, Founder – Dennis is the founder of Psychreg and is also the Editor-in-Chief of Psychreg Journal of Psychology (PJP). Aside from PJP, he sits on the editorial boards of international peer-reviewed journals. He is graduate member of the British Psychological Society, and holds a master’s degree in psychology from the University of Hertfordshire. His research interests encompass blog psychology, cyberpsychology and mental health. You can connect with him through Twitter @DennisRelojo and his website.


Dr Berney Wilkinson, Podcast Host – Berney earned his PhD in school psychology from the University of South Florida in 2005, specialising in paediatric psychology. He went on to complete a postgraduate programme and is a Diplomate with the American Board of School Neuropsychology. He is a licensed psychologist in Florida and owns a private practice that includes other psychologists and counsellors. He is also an Associate Editor for Psychreg Journal of Psychology. 


Dr Richard Marshall, Podcast Host – Richard earned an EdD in reading and learning disabilities at West Virginia University (WVU) in 1982. Upon completion of his degree he became an Assistant Professor of Paediatrics at the WVU Medical School. After moving to Florida in 1983, he joined the faculty in the Department of Paediatrics in the College of Medicine at the University of South Florida and worked for five years in the Neonatal Developmental Follow-Up Programme. He is also an Associate Editor for Psychreg Journal of Psychology. 


Mandy Sanghera, Adviser – As an international human rights activist, since 1990, Mandy Sanghera has been supporting victims and survivors of honour-based violence and cultural abuse such as female genital mutilation, and forced marriages. Mandy Sanghera is a multiple award-winning philanthropist, independent community global consultant and global campaigner. She is an international human rights activist and motivational Ted x speaker, who has travelled all over the world to empowering and motivating others. 


Graham Howell, Commissioning Editor – A mental health advocate, Graham firmly believes that mental health is important, so important that we should all do our part in helping to destigmatise mental health concerns. As the Commissioning Editor, he invites people who have mental health stories to write for Psychreg. He also manages the social media presence of Psychreg. 





Dr Laura Jenkins, Correspondent – Dr Laura Jenkins is a Teaching Associate at Loughborough University. She completed her PhD in Psychology at Northumbria University in Newcastle where her research in working memory started to develop. Laura’s research interests include looking at whether visual working memory is purely visual in nature, implementing experimental and neurological methods in her research. She also sits on the editorial board of Psychreg Journal of Psychology. 


Katie Bagshawe, Correspondent – Katie pursued her master’s degree from Sheffield Hallam University while caring for her late father who was living with a terminal lung disease. It was in this time that Katie turned her attention to helping raise awareness of interstitial lung diseases by investigating the psychological impact of pulmonary fibrosis. Since her father’s death, Katie is keen to continue in research by tying together her interest of medicine and lung disease through diagnostic radiography. Katie research interest is in health psychology. You can follow her on Twitter @KBagshawe  or via her personal blog


Maxwell Guttman, CorrespondentMaxwell Guttman teaches social work at Fordham University. He is also a mental health correspondent for Psychreg where he shares his insights on recovery and healing based from his lived experience of schizophrenia – a journey which started as an undergraduate student at Binghamton University. His diagnosis of schizophrenia wasn’t formally recognised until he was admitted to the state hospital in upstate New York. On his spare time, Max blogs on self-management at Mental Health Affairs


Dale Burden, Correspondent – Dale holds a dual honours degree in psychology and neuroscience from Keele University. He later on completed two further counselling courses. With seven years experience of working in the healthcare sector (mainly with people who display challenging behaviour, learning difficulties, and dementia), Dale shares a wealth of information with his articles on mental health. Dale also uses goal-oriented techniques to help people set their own goals.



Matthew Buckley, Correspondent – Matthew is an Organisational Psychologist. He received his bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the State University of New York at Brockport in 2010, and received his master’s degree in Organisational Psychology with a concentration in Conflict Management from the University of New Haven in 2015. His main areas of interest include career counselling, conflict management, emotional intelligence, employee retention, leadership and management, morale and motivation, personnel selection and recruitment and self-promotion.