SXSW 2011: Psychology and Mental Health PanelsIt’s that time of the year again — to help people learn more about human behavior, psychology, and mental health issues at the annual technology conference held in Austin, Texas called SXSW. I’d like to highlight some of the panels I need your help with — your vote helps panels make it into the final conference! (Voting is simple, but does require a free registration with the SXSW website.)

There is a specific health track this year — the first time in SXSWi’s history. This means that panel topics on health and mental health have a better chance than ever in making it in! I first presented at SXSW on a health topic in 1999, so it’s great to see this dream finally become a reality.

Without further ado, here are some of my favorite picks in the SXSW 2011 Panel Picker on health, psychology and mental health (starting with my very own submission)…

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  1. Merci Dr. John Grohol !!!

  2. Kolmes wrote on the issue of Yelp reviews of psychotherapists in an op-ed in yesterday’s New York Times. It’s worth linking to, and a discussion here on psychcentral.

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