How can blogging help your mental health? Today's guest is Dennis Relojo-Howell founder of Psychreg, a digital company that focuses on psychology, mental health, and wellness and has almost 24k subscribers to his Youtube channel. Dennis is doing a PhD in clinical psychology at the University of Edinburgh focused on blogging as a wellbeing activity. In March this year he won the competition “I’m a scientist get me out of here” which is an online programme that enables students to ask STEM professionals questions. In this conversation he tells his amazing story from being born in a Philippine backstreet to becoming a psychologist, developing his prolific website Psychreg and describing his ideas about resiliance and creativity.
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