New York, NY (PRWEB) June 17, 2014
Psychology Tomorrow Magazine is proud to announce the launch of Alternative Therapists Directory, a new initiative to match alternative therapists with its thousands of readers who seek expert help. The service is completely free of charge for clients via Alternative Therapists, and aims to widen the user’s perspective on their current approach to healing.
Alternative Therapists Directory champions the openness, inventiveness and creativity of many non-traditional approaches to counseling. Most remarkably, practitioners listed on the directory will gain access to thousands of potential clients who read Psychology Tomorrow Magazine daily. Today, the magazine has a growing fan base of 300,000 social media followers and 100,000 unique monthly readers.
Each week, Alternative Therapists Directory features a story about one of its subscribed providers. Providers will also be given the opportunity to contribute articles focusing on their specialty to the blog or magazine. Similarly, those seeking guidance have the opportunity to share their stories.
Alternative Therapists Directory’s interactive tools, targeted search options, and detailed provider profiles allows clients to find the best type of support for their unique situation—from spiritual counseling to sex therapy and everything in between. For those seeking expert help, Alternative Therapists Directory facilitates change. All providers listed on our site believe that problems originate, not in pathology, but from our attempts to solve life’s complex dilemmas.
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