Media Coverage


Emotional Wellbeing Life. (2020, October 05). Glenda D Roberts Emotional Wellbeing Life. Retrieved from

Lucie. (2020, September 22). Nightmares across the nation. Mattress Next Day. Retrieved from

Gregor, M. (2020, August 24). Two leading UK mental health brands to hold virtual mental health festival in celebration of World Mental Health Day. Time Bulletin. Retrieved from

Gill, J. (2020, August 10). 5 Empowering news stories to smile about. Balance. Retrieved from

University of Hertfordshire. (2020, August 05). Alumnus organises ‘Good Mental Health Festival’ in celebration of World Mental Health Day. Retrieved from

ValueWalk. (2020, July 30). Amazon flex: The best gig company to work for. Retrieved from

Rogerson, B. (2020, July 17). 119BPM is the most popular speed to have sex to: Research reveals the most titillating tempos. MusicRadar. Retrieved from

London TV (2020, July 06). London-based accreditation company celebrates first year of success. Retrieved from

NewsAnyway (2020, July 06). World’s first blog psychologist’s book is a hit. Retrieved from

Abgarian, A. (2020, July 03). Prepare yourself, going to the pub again might not feel as great as you expect. Metro. Retrieved from

Jones, A. (2020, July 02). Can I still tip my hairdresser? The new rules of using cash when hairdressers reopen. The Telegraph. Retrieved from

Gavell, T. (2020, June 29). Hairdressers may face cut in tips due to coronavirus changes. The Gazette. Retrieved from

Saunders, D. (2020, June 29). Having bad dreams about sex with a colleague? Sustain Health. Retrieved from

Down, H. (2020, June 26). The Cornish attractions among the top five most searched for places in the UK. Pirate FM. Retrieved from

Thomas, R. (2020, June 26). The hidden history of men giving each other stupid nicknames. Vice. Retrieved from

Business Matters (2020, June 12). £81M set for the chop if hairdressers fail to embrace a cashless society. Retrieved from

Shout Out UK. (2020, May 27). Pets proving the perfect antidote to lockdown stress. Retrieved from

Wilson, S. (2020, May 18). This is the psychology behind ‘lockdown fatigue’ – and how to combat it. Retrieved from

Burns, N. (2020, May 17). My quarter-life crisis. Lacuna Voices. Retrieved from

Boyd, P. (2020, May 06). How to pitch to health journalist. Retrieved from

Baker, L. (2020, April 29). Pets playing their part during lockdown. Retrieved from

Wallace, P. (2020, April 20). 7 Great free online resources for healthy living. Retrieved from

King, S. (2020, April 16). Pets are helping the nation de-stress during the lockdown. Retrieved from

Thomson, L. (2020, April 10). Psychologists tell us why we can’t stop staring at ourselves on every Zoom chat. Retrieved from

Moss, R. (2020, April 07). We’re living alone in lockdown. Here’s how we stay upbeat. Retrieved from

MSN News. (2020, March 16). 4 Situations when hiring temporary staff is good for business. Retrieved from

Houy, B. (2020, March 16). 9 Inspiring examples of successful blogs (and how they got there). Retrieved from

Elliott, C. (2020, March 10). Sharing a room with a sibling is actually great for a child’s development, according to a new study. Retrieved from

Marshalls. (2020, March 10). The value of outdoor space. Retrieved from

Lancy, A. (2020, March). Top 10 leading modern psychologists to follow in 2020. Core Spirit. Retrieved from

Lovell, J. & Shaw, N. (2020, February 25). Parents who pay their children to behave say they have no regrets. Devon Live. Retrieved from

Sheridan, D. (2020, February 12). How Andy’s Man Club has helped save the lives of more than 800 men across country in less than four years. Yorkshire Evening Post. Retrieved from

The Daily Brit. (2020, January 31). Pocket money incentives could be damaging to children. Retrieved from

Batty, L. (2020, January 24). 5 tips for freelancers on how to look after their mental health and well-being. Copywriter Collective. Retrieved from

Burton Roofing. (2020, January 21). Nosy neighbours. Retrieved from


Miller, J. (2019, December 25). Top mental health podcasts to listen to in 2020 [Article]. Retrieved from

Hodges, H. (2019, November 04). Mental health blogger spotlight: Dennis Relojo-Howell, Psychreg [Article]. Retrieved from

Bernama. (2019, November 01). Mental health is important to achieve the Industrial Revolution 4.0 [Article]. Retrieved from

Parnell, K. (2019, October 25). Meet the hot priest influencers, Instagram’s next big thing [Article]. Retrieved from

Baker, G. (2019, October 16). What is blog psychology? [Article]. Retrieved from

Tatjana. (2019, October 02). 5 self-care habits for a happier you [Article]. Retrieved from

Baker, F. (2019, September 26). Calm: Mindfulness for meditation novices [Article]. Retrieved from

Smith, J. (2019, September 16). Top 10 blogs to follow for great mental health [Article]. Retrieved from

Like Mind Media. (2019, September 10). Ranking without back links – 8 ways to rank (We asked the experts) [Article]. Retrieved from

Xposé. (2019, August 20). What is the ‘train your baby like a dog’ parenting method and why are people concerned about it? [Article]. Retrieved from

Fraser, M. (2019, August 15). Meet the blogger: Dennis from Psychreg [Article]. Retrieved from

Hodges, H. (2019, August 07). Healthcare blogs UK top 10. [Article]. Retrieved from

Brewer, M. (2019, July 25). Stalk these 12 interesting psychologists on Twitter. [Article]. Retrieved from

Farillio. (2019, July 11). Mindfulness and wellbeing at work: Ways to stay balanced. [Article]. Retrieved from

OppTrends. (2019, July 10). 6 Best psychology websites. [Article]. Retrieved from

Free Malaysia Today. (2019, June 23). 10 psychology blogs you should read. [Article]. Retrieved from

Travel Smart. (2019, June 13). Britons take 46 hours and 42 minutes to feel relaxed on holiday. [Article]. Retrieved from

Travel Weekly. (2019, June 10). Mancunians are most stressed on holiday. [Article]. Retrieved from

Your Glos & Wilts Wedding Magazine. (2019, May 21). Nation of social media addicts. [Article]. Retrieved from

Your Yorkshire Wedding Magazine. (2019, May 21). Nation of social media addicts. [Article]. Retrieved from

Your London Wedding Magazine. (2019, May 21). Nation of social media addicts. [Article]. Retrieved from

BrideMagazine. (2019, April 12). Nearly half of Brits check their mobile social media. [Article]. Retrieved from

Gateway 97.8. (2019, April 12). Dennis Relojo-Howell from Psychreg [Radio interview]. Retrieved from

Goldsmiths. (2019, April 04). Engaged. Sharing the happy news on social media. [Article]. Retrieved from

Card, K. (2019, February 21). Over a quarter of teachers suffer from poor mental health due to work strain. [Article]. Retrieved from

Hobbs Online. (2019, February 06). World’s first blog psychologist will deliver workshop in Malaysia. [Article]. Retrieved from

GetPsyched. (2019, January 25). How blog psychology contributes to discussions in mental health [Article]. Retrieved from

Autism Mental Health Awareness. (2019, January 10). How can blog psychology contribute to discussions in mental health. [Article]. Retrieved from

Erin Lawler Patterson (2019, January 06), When mental health support and insight becomes more accessible through blogging. [Video]. Retrieved from

Men’s Radio Station. (2019, January 06), Phone-in at Men’s Radio Station: 06 January 2019. [Video]. Retrieved from


Giemmep (2018, December 12), Top 10 psychology blogs and how they address mental health issues. [Article]. Retrieved from

Ananke (2018, November 25), How can mental health blogs help victims of abuse. [Article]. Retrieved from

Hassan, S. (2018, November 02), What is blog psychology and how it helps our mental health. [Article]. Retrieved from

Silva, E. (2018, October 26), UK’s first mental health bloggers conference to be held in December. [Article]. Retrieved from

Silva, E. (2018, September 06), Top 10 psychology blogs that psychology students should read. [Article]. Retrieved from

Centro Escolar University (2018, August 22), CEU honors employees in 16th Quality Awards Day. [Article]. Retrieved from

NET25 (2018, July 19), Taumbahay. [Video file]. Retrieved from

Ronda Balita (2018, July 07), 1st International Conference on Psychology, Counselling and Education. [Article]. Retrieved from

Manila Standard (2018, July 03), First International Conference on Psychology, Counselling and Education. [Article]. Retrieved from

Manila Standard (2018, July 01), New Era U to host ICPCE meet. [Article]. Retrieved from

Joshua Walker PR (2018, June 01). Hanson Fitness, Napercise. [Video file]. Retrieved from

MedU (2018, March 22). 10 Most influential psychology blogs. [Article]. Retrieved from

William, I. (2018, March 16). How conversations on mental health changed for millennials through blogging. [Article]. Retrieved from

Shukla, A. (2018, February 21), Psychology: Meaning, definition, scope, nature and types. [Article]. Retrieved from


Spoon of Consciousness. (2017, August 30). How does childhood affect psychological development and social media psychology [Video file]. Retrieved from

Psychreg Podcast. (2017, January 16). Welcome to Psychreg – Interview with Dennis Relojo [Video file]. Retrieved from 


Study International. (2016, May 16). How to cope with culture shock. [Blogpost]. Retrieved from

The Malta Independent. (2016, March 14). Blogging for a leading United Kingdom University  [Feature story]


Malay Mail Online. (2015, 30 April). Veloso’s ‘miracle’, Bali Nine ringleaders top Twitter topics [News article]. Retrieved from

BBC. (2015, 28 January). What does your fridge reveal about you. [Feature story]. Retrieved from

University of Hertfordshire. (n.d.). Reaction of international students to the WorldStory oral history project [Interview]. Retrieved from

Your Kent Wedding Magazine. (n.d.). Nation of social media addicts [Article]. Retrieved from

Speaking Engagements


Keynote, Being a Mental Health Advocate without a Lived Experience of Mental Health Issues. 4th London – International Conference on Social Science & Humanities (ICSSH). The Tomlinson Centre, Queensbridge Road, London, United Kingdom. 01–02 September 2020 (Virtual).

Keynote, Promoting Resilience through Mental Health Blogging: Basis for a Blog-Based Psychoeducation Intervention among Filipino Adolescents. 3rd Prague – International Conference on Social Science & Humanities (ICSSH). Czech Technical University, Prague, Czech Republic. 02–03 June 2020 (Virtual).

Talk, Redesigning Graduate Membership. British Psychological Society Digital Summit. 27–29 April 2020.


Plenary talk, The psychology of blogging: The role of blogs in mental health and beyond. 2nd International Conference on Psychology, Counselling and Education (ICPCE 2019), Universiti Malaysia Sabah, 31 October–2nd November 2019

Guest lecture, Parents with disabilities. Universiti Malaysia Sabah, 29 October 2019

Keynote, The psychology of blogging: The role of blogs in mental health and beyond. 2nd International Conference on Social Science & Humanities (ICSSH), Canada Water Theatre and Library, London, United Kingdom, 10–11 September 2019


Keynote, The psychology of blogging. 1st Mental Health Bloggers Conference (MHBC 2018), Rainham Library, London, United Kingdom, 17 December 2018.

Keynote, Blog psychology: Blogging as a dynamic and transformative medium to promote mental health. 2nd International Conference on Innovation in Psychology, Education and Didactics (ICIPED 2018), Vasile Alecsandri University of Bacau, Romania, 20–22 September 2018.

Lecture, Putting the spotlight on mental health through blogging. 1st International Conference on Psychology, Counselling and Education (ICPCE 2018), New Era University, Quezon City, Philippines, 02–04 August 2018.


Workshop, #SavvyScholar: Harnessing the power of online media to boost research dissemination and impact. 1st International Conference on Innovation in Psychology, Education and Didactics (ICIPED 2017), Vasile Alecsandri University of Bacau, Romania, 10–11 March 2017.


Lecture, Proper behaviour invites respect. Saint Joseph College of Novaliches, Quezon City, Philippines, 29 August 2013.

Paper Presentations


Promoting resilience through mental health blogging: Basis for a blog-based psychoeducation intervention to address suicidal behaviour among Filipino adolescents. Virtual PGR Conference 2020, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 31 August–04 September 2020.


The psychology of blogging: Research agenda on blogs as a dynamic medium to promote the discipline of psychology and allied fields. 7th ASEAN Regional Union of Psychological Societies (ARUPS 2019) Congress and 3rd Malaysia International Psychology Conference (MIPS 2019), Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia, 2–4 August 2019.


Blogging as a transformative medium to promote the discipline of psychology, counselling, and education. 10th International Conference on Psychology & Language Research, Pattaya, Thailand, 28–29 June 2018.


Improving positive affect based on self-compassion through life goals expressive writing: Basis for an ego identity development, 1st International Conference on Innovation in Psychology, Education and Didactics (ICIPED 2017), Bacau, Romania, 10–11 March 2017.


Power of pen: Expressive writing as an intervention tool on exposure to thin-ideal images with dietary restraint and self-compassion as covariates, 11th Biennial Conference of Asian Association of Social Psychology and Psychological Association of the Philippines 52nd Annual Convention, Cebu City, Philippines, 19–22 August 2015.


Adversity quotient and spiritual quotient to teaching performance evaluation, Joint Conference of Asean Regional Union of Psychologists 4th Congress and Psychological Association of the Philippines 50th Annual Convention, Quezon City, Philippines, 24–26 October 2013.