Editorial Policy at Thriveworks
Thriveworks was established in 2008, with the ultimate mission of helping people live happy and successful lives. In addition to providing exceptional clinical care and customer service, we accomplish our mission further by offering important information about mental health and self-improvement on the Thriveworks Blog.
Below is our editorial policy, which explains how we produce the content featured on our blog. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
What Is the Thriveworks Blog?
The Thriveworks Blog disseminates information related to mental health and self-improvement, with the goal of educating and empowering readers. Our blog is not intended to provide medical assistance or replace professional psychological treatment or medical treatment. Readers are urged to seek professional help for diagnosis and treatment of mental health problems, or other medical problems.
While we do our best to limit false or misleading information and at times supplement the Thriveworks Blog with research-backed evidence or the professional opinions of licensed mental health professionals, the articles published on our blog are by and large opinion based. Authors speak from personal experience.
Thriveworks’ Editorial Process
Anthony Centore Ph.D., Founder and CEO at Thriveworks, selects which topics are featured on the Thriveworks Blog. He identifies important, relevant topics which address the needs, interests, and inquiries of our users. These topics often relate to self-help and new developments in the mental health field.
The Thriveworks Blog features content from multiple authors. While many articles are authored by Anthony and Senior Writer and Editor Taylor Bennett, guest contributions are frequently published. Guest contributors include but are not limited to other Thriveworks employees as well as professionals outside of the Thriveworks community.
Major Categories or Themes on the Thriveworks Blog
- Private Practice Blogs: Anthony writes private practice blogs, which highlight his experiences and offer advice to others in private practice.
- Ask-a-Coach: This is Thriveworks’ take on the “Dear Abby” advice column. Thriveworks Subscribers can submit a question here, which is then publicly answered on the Thriveworks Blog. Names are redacted or changed.
- Thriveworks Video: Also featured on our blog are Thriveworks News Videos. These are short 1-3 minute clips, produced in-house, that cover recent research in psychology or life improvement tips.
- Remaining Content: The remaining articles published on our blog cover a wide variety of topics related to mental health, wellness, and self-improvement. You can search different topics here.
External Links and Resources
The Thriveworks Blog references and links to authoritative sources that can provide additional value to our readers. These sources include mental health organizations and agencies, such as the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) or the American Psychological Association (APA). In addition, Thriveworks Blog references and links to non authoritative sources including websites for entertainment and commerce.
We strive to provide up-to-date information on the Thriveworks Blog. Periodically, a member of our team revisits and updates old articles to reflect the most current information. The date of the most recent update is noted at the top of the article next to the author byline. If you find any information on our blog you believe to be factually incorrect or misleading, we want to know about it. Kindly email us at email@example.com
Updates to Our Editorial Policy
We will revise and edit our editorial policy to reflect significant changes made to our editorial procedures. We recommend that you read or review our editorial policy whenever you visit the Thriveworks Blog.
Editorial Staff at Thriveworks
The Thriveworks Blog is maintained by a team of passionate and devoted individuals who use their combined skills in counseling, psychology, journalism, and writing to offer valuable content that educates and empowers our readers.
Anthony Centore, Ph.D.
Founder, CEO, and Editor-in-Chief
Anthony Centore Ph.D. is Founder and CEO at Thriveworks. He is Private Practice Consultant for the American Counseling Association, former columnist for Counseling Today magazine (where he authored over 90 columns), author of How to Thrive in Counseling Private Practice, and co-author of Leaving Depression Behind: An Interactive, Choose Your Path Book. Anthony is a multistate Licensed Professional Counselor and has been quoted in national media sources including The Boston Globe, The Chicago Tribune, and CBS Sunday Morning.
Senior Writer and Editor
Taylor Bennett is the Content Development Manager at Thriveworks. She devotes herself to distributing important information about mental health and wellbeing, writing mental health news and self-improvement tips daily. Taylor received her bachelor’s degree in multimedia journalism, with minors in professional writing and leadership from Virginia Tech. She is a co-author of Leaving Depression Behind: An Interactive, Choose Your Path Book and has published content on Thought Catalog, Odyssey, and the Traveling Parent.