There are literally thousands of websites devoted to psychology, but not all of them are created equal. There are some websites which stand above the rest because of the quality of their contents and also because of their reputation.
Here are our top 6 picks for the best psychology websites.
BPS Research Digest – This is the online magazine managed by the British Psychological Society. It features at least one new psychology study every weekday. With over 100,000 followers across social media and 50,000+ on email, Research Digest continues to grow in popularity and international prominence every year.
Psychology Today – This was first launched in 1967 by Dr. Nicholas Charney. This site gathers a group of renowned psychologists, academics, psychiatrists and writers to contribute their thoughts and ideas on what makes us tick.
Psychreg – This psychology and well-being website is all rolled into one: it has a blog, a podcast (The Mental Breakdown) and an open access journal (Psychreg Journal of Psychology). It was launched by the world’s first blog psychologist, Dennis Relojo-Howell. Psychreg also organises international conferences in different countries. In spite of being launched only a few years ago, Psychreg receives more than 100,00 views each month as has a good social media presence.
Mindvalley – Mindvalley is a global school of more than 3 million people. They produce some of the world’s top training for peak human performance. They host unique events and experiences across the world. And they support communities and causes aligned with their vision for mankind.
TherapyNotes – In 1998, Brad Pliner founded Pliner Solutions, an IT consulting firm that specialises in highly interactive websites and has worked with numerous clients in the healthcare industry. Dr Debra Pliner, a licensed clinical psychologist, earned her PhD from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University. After working for several years in private practice, Debra founded Pliner Psychological Associates, a group mental health practice which employs several psychologists.
HelpGuide – HelpGuide provides evidence-based mental health education and support to a global audience. Their mission is to empower you with information you can use to help yourself and your loved ones.