Psych Hub was co-founded by Patrick J. Kennedy and Marjorie Morrison to address the desperate need for credible, engaging mental health education.
In the midst of a global mental health and addiction crisis, everyone can play a role to play in combating this debilitating situation. Education is the first step and the foundational key to effective change.
With options for every audience and skill-set, Psych Hub is now the largest online mental health educational platform in the world.
Our Provider Learning Hub is a first-of-its-kind educational resource platform for healthcare providers of all types to learn about the latest evidence-based interventions on how to best treat and support people facing mental health challenges.
Through content partnerships with top researchers at universities such as Columbia, UCLA and UPenn, Psych Hub has developed an individualized learner journey that uses a variety of mediums to keep learners engaged while implementing the latest adult learning principles to ensure long-term behavior change. The companion Tool Kits host a variety of support tools including a series of short videos for clients to reinforce and practice skills learned in session to improve outcomes. It also includes additional videos for providers to hone their craft, a closed provider forum for peer support, a clinical technical assistance line for case consultation, continuing education credits, and certifications for providers who demonstrate competency.
Psych Hub also has eLearning solutions for support professionals provide the necessary training for peer workers, coaches, addiction counselors, and others who offer support to clients who can benefit from mental health competency training. Our Mental Health Ally Certification give the critical awareness necessary for all gatekeepers such as employers, lawyers, teachers, and first responders to recognize these issues and refer as needed.
Lastly, Psych Hub’s free short video library hosts 200+ consumer-facing, animated videos focused on improving mental health literacy and reducing stigma about seeking care. They are distributed through a robust, free partner program with 500+ partners ranging from large corporations to small nonprofits. The videos are free thanks to sponsorship support from companies such as Optum and Janssen Neuroscience.