THE ONLINE THERAPIST

Mental Health Blog

By Dr Nicholas Jenner

Mental Health Blog
By Dr Nicholas Jenner

Welcome to my blog dedicated to mental health issues. I have been regularly writing about these issues for over a decade and the Online Therapist blog and app are a collection of my articles and podcasts on matters that affect people day-to-day such as relationships, codependency, narcissist abuse, parenting and depressionBrowse through the top menu to explore more. It is my aim to continue to write blogposts and create podcasts and make this content freely available as a resource. I hope you enjoy this blog.

Dr Nicholas Jenner

Counselling Psychotherapist

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