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GetPsyched is a wide community that serves those looking for resources for personal development. We also mentor and guide those training in psychology, as well as providing courses and business development training to therapists and psychologists running practices.

GetPsyched started in June of 2017. Our visions was to create weekly YouTube videos that communicated psychological principles and research in an easy to understand format.

Since then, GetPsyched has grown in numerous other ways. GetPsyched has reached thousands across the world with our YouTube videos, our written blog and on our social media accounts. We have also increased our reach and engagement by speaking at international conferences.

GetPsyched has a vision to become a psychology community, where professionals, students, and people generally interested in psychology can come to engage and learn more. The future is bright, check out more of our website to learn more and contact us to be a part of it!

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Founder Fraser Smith speaking at TEDxGlasgow in 2019

Courses on GetPsyched

Personal development courses on GetPsyched
Courses, tools and resources for those looking to improve their mental health and wellbeing.
Personal development courses on GetPsyched
Courses, tools and resources for professionals and students of psychology and therapy. Aimed at improving skills and developing businesses or academic studies.

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GetPsyched has a dual identity, we focus on content for the general public who are seeking self-improvement and developing an understanding of mental health issues and developing a positive sense of wellbeing.

We also create content for psychological and therapeutic professionals and students who are looking to develop their career, learn how to establish an online presence and guides and resources for excelling in studies.

This dual identity is evident in our online courses also where we have highly valuable e-courses for people looking for self-improvement and mental health management, as well as e-courses for professional and students looking to develop their skills or improve their academic performances in psychology and therapy.

Our courses are in-depth learning tools where you can learn everything there is to know about a given subject and how you can directly apply the principles to your life, whether that be on a personal development front, or a professional front.

About the Founder Fraser Smith

Fraser is a counselling psychologist in training and has been developing his skills and experience in both psychology and therapy for a number of years.

Fraser established GetPsyched in 2017, and since then has become an international speaker, keynote speaker for the British Psychological Society and a published academic author.

Fraser currently works as a trainee counselling psychologist for First Psychology in Scotland, and a seminar tutor of undergraduate psychology students at Glasgow Caledonian University, where he is also completing his doctoral studies.

Want to reach out to fraser and learn more about what he does, his experiences and his skill set? The you can send him an email here.

Fraser has a passion for developing his skills and experience in psychology and is always interested in networking and expanding his outreach.

Fraser most notably spoke at the 2019 TEDxGlasgow conference. He discussed the current state of male mental health.

GetPsyched Personal Development for all and Professional Development for psychologists and therapists on YouTube

GetPsyched on YouTube

GetPsyched began as a YouTube channel in early 2017.