Psych Central is looking is looking for writers

March 2, 2022

Posted by Margarita Sanabria

The editorial team at Psych Central is looking to expand the freelance writer pool to include more BIPOC, male, and LGBTQ+ writers. We’re looking for writers who are open to getting a variety of assignments from editors on mental health topics. Also interested in hearing from those who want to share lived experiences from a mental health perspective.


At Psych Central, we aren’t just passionate about mental health — we’re completely fascinated by it. As the experts staying up-to-date on the most recent insights that the industry has to offer, we sift through the science and provide you with only the most credible information validated by our medical review team. We use an evidence-based approach while keeping in mind that clinical research is only one piece of the puzzle. Our goal is to help connect you with the guidance and support you need to help make meaningful changes that can benefit you in your real life. At Psych Central, we believe that exploring your mental health is less about identifying what’s “wrong” and more about fortifying your strengths and deepening your understanding of yourself and your needs.


Put “Freelance Opportunity” in the subject line and include: your interest in writing for PC, subject interest/expertise, published clips, and monthly availability for assignments.

  • Write a note explaining how you meet the requirements for the job
  • Include a one-paragraph summary of your relevant experience, credentials and publication credits
  • Attach links to your strongest work or portfolio, and online profile.


  • $200 – $300 per article.


For more information, visit their website.

Please send all questions and submissions to Rena Goldman, Managing Editor of Psych Central at:

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