Guest Post Submission Guidelines

We are excited and honored that you are interested in guest blogging for Hope and Recovery (H&R). We value your voice, story, and experiences. Below are the guidelines for blogging at H&R, as well as a few tips we have learned through our development.

We are opening to sharing a wide range of topics, thoughts and themes on our platform. Our mission is to heal mind, heart and spirit by helping others to live authentically. Our core values are Trauma and Dissociation Informed, Recovery-Oriented, and Creative Problem Solving. If you believe your piece resonates with these central ideas of our organization, then we cannot wait to read and share!

We are committed to publishing pieces that enhance conversations on recovery, trauma, mental health and addictions, psychotherapy, and spirituality from a diversity perspective and is inclusive of all people.

If you have any questions or would like feedback on a topic you are considering writing abut, you can email us at

We look forward to your submission.

Publisher Guidelines

  1. Do no harm.
  2. Blogs should be between 500-2000 words approximately. Include a brief author bio with submission.
  3. Here are some of the subjects we write about. This is not an all-inclusive list, just for starting prompts: EMDR, Dissociation, Trauma-Informed Care, Addiction Treatment, Twelve Step Recovery, Expressive Arts, Spirituality, Mindfulness, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Sex Addiction, Creativity in Psychotherapy, Book Reviews, Interviews
  4. You may submit previously published work, but you must include all appropriate credits and links back to the original.
  5. Proofread content before sending.
  6. Use gender inclusive language and pronouns. Instead of writing he or she, use singular plural they and them.
  7. Submissions containing racism, sexism, homophobia, xenophobia, sexually explicit material, hate language, or slurs will be rejected.
  8. When submitting a post with references to clinical work please respect applicable confidentiality laws. Change identifying information to protect confidential information.
  9. If you include photos, images, or artwork with your post, you must own the actual art, or have explicit, written permission to publish it. We reserve the right to substitute our own photos, especially if we cannot prove right to ownership.
  10. Be clear. Say exactly what you mean. When possible avoid technical or professional jargon.
  11. Publisher retains final determination on the publication of all posts and content regardless of product or service. In addition, all posts must fit our brand and editorial guidelines.
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