At The Therapist’s Bookshelf, we take pride in providing reviews, recommendations and reading guides for therapists and their clients. We are happy to consider outside writers but all authors must meet strict qualification.
To write for The Therapist’s Bookshelf you must:
- have at least a master’s degree in psychology, counseling, social work, marriage and family counseling, pastoral counseling or a counseling adjacent field or currently be attending a graduate school program in one of these areas.
- We will occasionally accept undergraduate students in accredited psychology programs for specific guides such as those for people considering graduate schools or preparing for the GRE. These are accepted on a case-by-case basis. Please contact us with questions.
- not be an author of the book or have a financial stake in it’s success.
- not be a student in a program in which one of the authors is a faculty member.
- agree to have your writing edited for clarity and formatting. Your content, opinions and ratings will always be your own.
- agree to surrender all rights to your review. You may however paste the summary and include a read more link to your review on The Therapist Bookshelf.
- agree to use our format for your specific type of post. Please email for details.
- agree that your post is your original post and agree not to post your review on Amazon.com or anywhere else online. You may link to it and/or share your post on social media.
Please note that while we appreciate book recommendations from therapy clients, at this time ALL writers must be therapists or therapists-in-training.
If you meet the qualifications and are interested in writing a review, please email Le here. We do not currently have a budget to pay writers but will gladly include appropriate website or social media links in your author profile.