Therapy Blogs

The best therapy blogs to help find better mental health & wellness, as well as understand what it’s like to be in therapy. Our list includes blogs from marriage & relationship therapists, as well as addiction & recovery guidance, nutritional therapy, and help to overcome negative thinking & destructive behavior patterns.

// This list features 10 blogs
Inspired Recovery – Angie Viets +

Angie Viets, is an eating disorder survivor, who now practices as a clinical psychotherapist specializing in eating disorders. She offers wonderful advice, hope, guidance, and resources to fellow sufferers on her blog. Her belief is that, with some help, everyone can recover and live a happy life.

Cathy Taughinbaugh +

Cathy Taughinbaugh’s blog is about helping parents to find peace through their child’s addiction. Having been through it herself she offers actionable solutions, as well as resources & training that prepare parents to support their child through the addiction & recovery process.

Blunt Therapy +

Get helpful tips, articles, and advice about mental health & wellness on Blunt Therapy, from a therapist who has suffered themselves. The blog includes categories on substance abuse, depression, anxiety, as well as relationship therapy. There are also resources & quizzes to help you move forward.

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    Therapy For Black Girls +

    Therapy for Black Girls was founded by Dr. Joy Harden Bradford to encourage the mental wellness of Black women and girls. Addressing relevant mental health issues that affect everyday women, her blog shares wisdom on overcoming challenges, self-love, and embracing the skin you’re in.

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      Love And Life Tool Box +

      This blog from longtime Marriage and Family Therapist, Lisa Kift, is a great read for marriage tips and relationship advice. Her experience shines and her professional writing style allows her to share helpful tools, as well as emotional wellness tips, in an actionable way for couples to try at home.

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        The Angry Therapist +

        John Kim is a therapist, life coach, and author of  ‘I USED TO BE A MISERABLE F*Ck’. Known for opening up his own life in a direct & humorous way, he has transformed the idea of self-help. You’ll find honest & clear takeaways from his brilliantly told stories.

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          I haven’t Shaved in 6 weeks +

          Lyndsey Hall started her recovery blog the night before she entered rehab for disordered eating in 2014. She wanted to give a real account of what rehab was like, and she did! To this day, she continues to write as an Eating Disorder Survivor in an honest & transparent way.

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            Kim Rosenthal MD +

            An author, artist, and psychiatrist, Kim Rosenthal, M.D., pours her passion and kindness into every post on her very insightful blog. She shares helpful information about addiction, recovery, and living with mental illness. And provides hope, guidance, and practical ways to manage them.

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              Follow the Intuition +

              After overcoming her own struggles with disordered eating and over-exercising, Elisa became an eating disorder recovery coach to help others. Her blog & treatment focus on non-judgemental therapy, nutritional rehabilitation, and re-training the brain around eating practices.

               

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                Hilary Jacobs Hendel +

                Psychotherapist & author of ‘It’s Not Always Depression’, Hilary Jacobs Hendel, knows that understanding your emotions can improve your health. Through practical & nurturing advice, she’ll teach you how to overcome emotions like grief, guilt, or loneliness to improve your overall wellness.