Psychology Blogs

The best psychology blogs to help you understand the human mind. We’ve included blogs relating to family, relationships & marriage, work & business psychology, as well as blogs explaining different personality types, and musings from psychologists themselves.

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Psychology Junkie +

MBTI certified practitioner & Enneagram coach, Susan Storm, aims to help everyone understand themselves in this blog. You’ll find a simple system to determine your psychological type, and from there Susan provides insights that can improve all aspects of your life.

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    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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      Neuroscience Marketing +

      In this blog, Roger Dooley explains the importance of appealing to the non-conscious mind of consumers when marketing their brand or products. You’ll find over 1,000 articles about consumer neuroscience, neuromarketing, and persuasion psychology from a practical business perspective.

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        What is Psychology +

        This is a fantastic blog to understand the psychological workings of the human mind. Its light reading and facts are applied to everyday life and happenings in the world, so it’s easy for everyone to understand. Posts include understanding anxiety, how to mentally re-energize, and heaps more.

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          Positive Psychology News +

          With a goal to being your daily dose of research-based happiness, this blog is written by alumni or students at the Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) programs and some invited guest authors. You’ll find the latest news about happiness, the “science of happiness,” and positive psychology.

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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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              The Energy Project +

              For two decades, The Energy Project has been helping to change the way the world works through business psychology. Working from positive & optimistic energy can place everyone in the Performance Zone. And understanding that, from a business leader’s point of view, is what this blog is all about.

              Georgetown Psychology +

              Although they are based in Georgetown, Bethesda, and McLean, this team of child psychologists caters to clients all over the US via their Online Therapy sessions. And their bi-weekly blog is a great source of help when it comes to understanding your kid’s stages of development & challenges.

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                Azevedo Family Psychology +

                This father & daughter run psychology practice focuses on strengthening marriages & families with a positive, healing approach. On their blog, you’ll find insights for navigating parent/child relationships, as well as marriage counseling, and coupling advice, including the LGTBQ community.

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                  PyschDiary +

                  In this incredibly perceptive blog, Clinical Psychologist, Alisa Crossfield, shares what she personally learns from her practice. With over 14 years of experience, as well as being a mom to two teenagers, Alisa’s insights are genuine, helpful, and relatable to all walks of life.

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