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What is Psychology Today?

Psychology Today is a print and online magazine that focuses on topics related to mental health, therapy and the latest research in the field of psychology. Its website offers articles, blogs, and forums for discussion on various topics such as relationships, anxiety, depression, neuroscience, and mindfulness. The company also provides a directory of licensed therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists that users can search through by location and specialty. Psychology Today's goal is to provide helpful information to individuals seeking reliable information about mental health and to offer a platform for mental health professionals to connect with those in need of their services.

  1. Access to informative articles on various topics related to mental health and therapy
  2. Opportunity for discussion and community-building through blogs and forums
  3. Directory of licensed therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists
  4. Therapist directory search by location or specialty
  5. Paid advertising opportunities for mental health professionals

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