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Mental Help Net Debuts Electronic Newsletter

Natalie Staats Reiss, Ph.D. Updated: Jan 18th 2008

Mental Help Net is adding some exciting new features in 2008. The first, which will debut in early February, is a bi-monthly electronic newsletter. This newsletter will help us communicate directly with readers on a more frequent basis, and enable us to point out new articles, information and resources we've recently posted that readers might otherwise miss, such as our ongoing series of essays, blog entries and Wise Counsel podcast interviews with noted mental health therapists and researchers. We'll also point readers towards valuable areas of our site that they might not have explored yet, such as our in-depth topic centers on mental and medical illnesses, our child development and parenting series, and our range of articles on life issues such as grief, divorce, and anger management.

The newsletter is only sent to readers who opt-in to receive it. You can indicate your desire to receive the newsletter by clicking here "". Alternatively, you can enter the newsletter signup process by clicking on the Email Newsletter signup box appearing at right in our sidebar menu. Registration is free and easy, and you will always have the option of unsubscribing in the future. Mental Help Net exists to educate readers on topics in Mental Health, Wellness and Life Issues.

Our newsletter should help us accomplish this mission by drawing readers' attention towards site content highlights that it would be a shame for readers to miss. We hope you will find the newsletter to be both enjoyable and educational as well. We look forward to your comments, questions and topic coverage requests.


Natalie Staats Reiss, Ph.D.

Editor, Mental Help Net

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