10 Mental Health Influencers to Follow this Month

May is Mental Health Month, and with advocates for mental health speaking up all over social media, we wanted to sift through the noise and highlight the top mental health influencers you should follow this month. These individuals come with strong credentials and share educational content and useful tips that anyone can beneficially incorporate into their lives. From psychoderms to trauma specialists, eating disorders, and imposter syndrome, these influencers provide an array of expertise in the field of mental health. 

Social media can serve as a community for people experiencing similar emotions. It is helping break down the stigma of mental health, but keep in mind, it’s not a replacement for treatment. If you are struggling with your mental health, please take care of yourself and find a trusted professional.

Jessica Clemons

MD, Board-Certified Psychiatrist – recently recognized by Forbes as a leader in making mental health and wellness a part of the current zeitgeist, and runs a #BeWell conversational series

Dr. Colleen Reichmann

Entrepreneur, Clinical psychologist, author, and IVF mama. On her social media, she talks about body image, motherhood, feminism, eating disorders, and more

Dr. Mariel Buqué

Therapist, Columbia University Ph.D. and Professor – a holistic psychologist with expertise in intergenerational trauma and meditation healing

Dr. Leah Katz

Clinical Psychologist, Writer at Psychology Today, author of Gutsy, a book about getting “unstuck” from society’s unrealistic and often harmful expectations for women

Dr. Alia Ahmed

BSc DRCOG MRCP, Consultant Dermatologist, Psychodermatology – “where MIND meets SKIN”

Jake Goodman

MD, MBA, Resident Physician – Psychiatry. Mental health activist, TEDx Speaker and Writer

Micheline Maalouf

LMHC, Psychotherapist and Educator, Arab American, founder of Serein Counseling offering virtual and in-person care in childhood trauma, life coaching, anxiety and more

Dr Faye Begeti

NHS neurology doctor and neuroscientist, Medical degree and PhD, Cambridge

Dr. Michaela

Psychologist who speaks to “Sensitive, ambitious woman with imposter syndrome, anxiety, and struggling with work-life balance.” Author of You’ve Got This

Joanna Konstantopoulou

Health Psychologist, Founder of Health Psychology Clinic, Media Contributor for Cosmopolitan UK, Daily Mail, Psychologies Magazine and Glamour UK