www.GoodTherapy.org Launches Expert Column
Leading Mental Health Site Provides "Dear GoodTherapy.org" Column to Consumers
ANCHORAGE, Alaska, June 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- GoodTherapy.org, a leading mental health directory dedicated to advocating healthy therapy practices, is pleased to announce the publication of "Dear GoodTherapy.org." The column is accessible to all site visitors and is aimed at addressing a wide spectrum of visitor-submitted questions about the process of therapy, mental health concerns and relationship issues.
More than just an advice column, "Dear GoodTherapy.org" features licensed mental health professionals as contributors with a variety of specialties ranging from eating disorders to addiction. Edited by Noah Rubinstein, LMFT and CEO of the company, the column is not meant to be a substitute for professional advice.
"As a web site that advocates for proper mental health care, we are constantly receiving a wide range of questions submitted by our site visitors. With a wealth of topic experts in our directory, we thought we could tap into those resources to provide a valuable service to the public and expert information to consumers," said Rubinstein.
Site visitors can access the column and submit questions at http://www.goodtherapy.org/dear-goodtherapy.html. "Dear GoodTherapy.org" is published twice a month and is currently available for syndication.
As a leading directory that encompasses thousands of licensed therapists from around the globe who are committed to providing healthy therapy, GoodTherapy.org strives to effect social change by providing education and advocating to reduce harm in therapy. The organization reaches approximately 7 million people per month through its various networks. As part of its mission, GoodTherapy.org constantly strives to depathologize language used in the therapeutic process.
If you would like to know more about this topic or schedule an interview with Noah Rubinstein, please contact Kathleen Rankin at 888-563-2112 ext. 12 or Kathleen@goodtherapy.org.
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