The Mental Health Writers’ Guild exists to provide a community open to all bloggers and writers who frequently write pieces which are either directly or indirectly related to mental health and mental well-being and where the perceived focus of said pieces is not to intentionally bring sufferers of mental illness or poor mental health, their family and friends, or those working within this field, into disrepute.
The Mental Health Writers’ Guild exists to encourage: positive, informative, inspirational writing in respect of Mental Health. Doing so in the hope of ..
a) furthering a greater understanding of the issues and challenges relating to Mental Health and Mental Well-being.
b) addressing and working towards the reduction and removal of the stigma often attached to poor mental health and/or mental illness.
c) keeping people advised of any progress, research, developments or discoveries within the field of Mental Health and Mental Well-being.
Likewise, The Mental Health Writers’ Guild seeks to encourage support and unity between all those writing about Mental Health and especially within Guild members.
Access to membership of the Guild is free and voluntary and is via direct application or by nomination from a third-party and details of how to apply or to nominate someone can be found on our ‘MEMBERSHIP‘ page.
Please note that: The inclusion of a blog or site in the Membership of the Mental Health Writers Guild should in no way be taken to infer or imply that the Guild and /or it’s members endorse or agree with all of the content of that blog or site. membership of the Guild simply requires a main focus of that blog or site to be about Mental Health and Mental Wellness and is not specific to individual beliefs or opinions other than that the blog/site represents mental health and those who suffer from mental health related issues in a positive light.
Additionally and most importantly: The Mental Health Writer’s Guild is a voluntary, non-profit, non-professional community. Membership to to the Guild does not and is not intended in itself to imply. infer, or confer any form of professional or accredited status on it’s members.