Top Ten Social HealthMakers: Mental Health

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Meet Our Top 10

Meet Our Top 10

If you or a loved one suffers from depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or other mental illness, you know how important finding the right support can be. These Top 10 Social HealthMakers are here to help through their blogs and websites, sharing valuable tips and resources for managing mental illness.

Daniel Amen, MD

Daniel Amen, MD

Dr. Daniel Amen is a psychiatrist, self-help blogger and the medical director of the Amen Clinics. He is also well known for applying brain imaging science to everyday clinical practice. 

 

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Amen Clinics

Julie Hanks, LCSW

Julie Hanks, LCSW

Julie Hanks, LCSW, is a self-help author, relationship expert, blogger and speaker. She is also a licensed therapist with 20 years of experience counseling women, couples and families. 

 

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www.JulieHanks.com

Emily Deans, MD

Emily Deans, MD

Dr. Emily Deans is a clinical psychiatrist who manages and treats patients with all major mental illnesses. Dr. Deans is particularly interested in evolutionary solutions to the general and mental health problems of the 21st century. 
 

 

Natasha Tracy

Natasha Tracy

Natasha Tracy writes the award-winning Breaking Bipolar blog on HealthyPlace.com and the Bipolar Burble blog. Tracy was diagnosed with bipolar disorder type-II ultra-rapid cycling and has since written primarily about mental health, bipolar disorder, depression and treatment-resistant depression. 

 

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Bipolar Burble

Margarita Tartakovsky

Margarita Tartakovsky

Margarita Tartakovsky is an associate editor at PsychCentral.com, an award-winning mental health website, and the voice behind Weightless, a blog that helps women deal with body image issues and disordered eating. She also writes a monthly feature for Beliefnet.com, covering topics such as patience and procrastination.

 

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PsychCentral - Weightless

Norman Rosenthal, MD

Norman Rosenthal, MD

Dr. Norman Rosenthal is a clinical professor of psychiatry at Georgetown Medical School and maintains a private practice in Washington, DC. Dr. Rosenthal was awarded the prestigious Anna Monika Foundation Research prize for his contribution to research in treating depression and was recognized by The Best Doctors in America. 

 

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Dr. Norman E. Rosenthal

Kristina Randle, PhD

Kristina Randle, PhD

Kristina Randle is a licensed psychotherapist who contributes to the column “Ask the Therapist” at PsychCentral.com where she tackles readers’ questions about mental health. Randle is also an assistant professor of social work and criminology and hosts her own blog exploring the intersections between mental health and high-profile criminal cases.

 

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Kristina Randle Blog

Brian L. Weiss, MD

Brian L. Weiss, MD

Dr. Brian Weiss is America’s leading authority in past-life therapy. He is chairman emeritus of psychiatry at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami and author of several books including the best-selling Many Lives, Many Masters.

 

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BrianWeiss.com

Dinah Miller, MD

Dinah Miller, MD

Dr. Dinah Miller is a psychiatrist and the voice behind Shrink Rap, a blog for psychiatrists. Dr. Miller is also a contributor to Shrink Rap Today on Psychology Today, and the co-founder of The Accessible Psychiatry Project, which fosters discussion about the work psychiatrists do and decreases stigma associated with the treatment of mental disorders. 

 

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Shrink Rap

Harold S. Koplewicz, MD

Harold S. Koplewicz, MD

Dr. Harold Koplewicz is one of the nation's leading child and adolescent psychiatrists. He is widely recognized as an innovator in the field, a strong advocate for child mental health and a master clinician.