Psych Central Captures an Aesculapius Award of Excellence and 5 of the Top 10 Depression Influencers OnlineSharecare, a website that launched just two months ago, released its “Top 10 Online Influencers in Depression” last week. Of the 10 people named, half of them are Psych Central contributors or bloggers. No other organization online came anywhere close. We’re very honored and proud to have so many amazing people working for us here, and we’re flattered their tireless work in the name of mental health and depression is recognized.

Here are the 5 amazing Psych Central contributors honored on the list:

We’re also pleased to announce that we were a winner this year of an Award of Excellence for health-related websites in the Aesculapius Awards of Excellence. We’re in good company with the likes of Autism Speaks and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women’s Health as fellow award recipients.

What an amazing year 2011 has been for Psych Central. As a site we’ve built from the ground-up to service the needs of people from around the world who have questions about mental health, psychotherapy, treatment and psychology, we continue to reach more than 2 million people each month (making us, by far, the largest mental health network in the world today). We hope to get that up to 3 million/month in 2012, and with your help in spreading the word, I see no reason why we can’t attain that goal!

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Psych Central Captures an Aesculapius Award of Excellence and 5 of the Top 10 Depression Influencers Online

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  1. Congratulations to you and all your contributors. You do a real service, making so much available in one place.

  2. Thanks, John!! Congrats!!

  3. Congratulations on the well-deserved awards!

  4. Congratulations to everyone. This has grown into a site of many resources for any and all who have an interest in mental health, be it their own, the community’s , or the world’s.

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