More Interesting Psychology and Psychotherapy Blogs
Posted Sep 13 2008 3:31am
The more I am out in the blogosphere the more I am slowly becoming aware of other psychotherapy and psychology blogs out there. A few more to comment on that I have come across over the last two weeks and they are now listed on the blogroll. Psychotherapy Perspectives is a blog by an American private psychotherapist. The focus is mainly on psychotherapy treatment issues. One I particularly liked was on boundaries in psychotherapy.
Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry: A Closer Look is a blog by an academic and seems to focus mainly on critiquing drug trial research.. He certainly seems to know his stuff as he takes the studies a part in minute detail. PsychHealth is another Australian blog with a focus on health psychology. Good regular posts on health topics with a psychological focus.
The PsychotherapyBlog appears to focus on much wider issues than psychotherapy. In fact aside from a few good nuggets of psychological comments buried in the posts it is hard to find an article dedicated to pure psychotherapy. Nonetheless some enjoyable comment.
Psychoworld provides a newsy regular update of interesting research from mainly clinical and social psychology aspects. This has a nice layout that is easy to read but could do with the addition of an RSS feed or email update widget. This blog is similair to the more well known Dr Deborah Serani which also provides a well informed and steady diet of interesting psychology research.
James Fennessy has a blog on modern psychoanalysis appropriately titled Modern Psychoanalysis. This is a serious blog with regular writing on aspects of psychodynamic treatment. His latest post provides some comments on initial engagement with a client.