We at Psych2Go are proud of every members who are part of our community. We pride ourselves in providing everyone from all walks of life a chance of being involved with moving mental health and psychology to the forefront of today’s generation.

At the moment, we are not actively recruiting for our website unit.


Meet Catherine! She is one of our wonderful Psych2Go writers. Here’s what she has to say about collaborating with us:

“Being a content creator is exciting! The best part is that every day is different. One day, I’ll be writing about great self-help tips on how to manage anxiety; the next, I’ll be writing about interesting facts on sleep paralysis!”

Being a writer for Psych2Go will not only give you experience, but it will also give you a sense of pride to be connected with such a wonderful site. Catherine aims to write articles that tailor to our readers’ needs and makes sure she always produces quality content. This includes dependable research, stories from her own experiences, and offering support and advice to our readers’ comments. At Psych2Go, we strive to bring interesting and helpful psychology information open and accessible to everyone. Right at their computer screen!

If you would like to see more from Catherine, here are some samples below.

7 Benefits of Owning a Cat

6 Ways to be Vulnerable in Love

5 Things to Give Up to Live the Life You Want

For the rest of her work, her author page can be found here.

If you would like to send Catherine a personal message or say hello, she can be reached at catherine@psych2go.net. ♥


Social Media Marketing

Meet Kelly! She is the head of our social media marketing department. Kelly, like Catherine, is involved with more than one aspect of Psych2Go. Here is what she has to say about collaborating with us:

“So many people out there are suffering from mental illnesses, such as depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts. My vision for Psych2Go is to reach out to people who are struggling silently, raise awareness, and educate our followers about the issue.”

Aside from managing our main site and handling our other social media platforms, she also creates graphical content and entertaining quizzes. A social media manager must be able to field many questions from all departments with Psych2Go. They are essentially the gatekeepers to our social media pages. Other tasks they perform include creating the thumbnails and excerpts from our content and promoting them amongst our various social media pages.

Please send any inquiries about social media marketing to our social media marketing team.

Kelly Soong: kelly@psych2go.net

Our alumnus:

Editor: Viveca Shearin 

Meet Viveca, one of our amazing editors at Psych2Go! Here is what she has to say about collaborating with us:

“I’m a Managing Editor for Psych2Go. And that means that I’m in charge of a group of writers. I edit their articles and help to upload them. Aside from that, I also keep our ever-growing list of topics updated and neatly compiled. This ensures that the writer can find a topic they’re interested in writing about and that a particular topic hasn’t been tackled before.”

She also had this to say:

“I like working for Psych2Go because I’m passionate about helping people learn about psychology, mental illness/health, introversion, and other topics related to the field of psychology. I want to help our readers understand who they are and help them accept themselves without any regret or guilt.”

Editor in Chief: Lyvonne Avery

Meet Lyvonne, another one of our amazing editors! Here is what she has to say about collaborating with us:

“Working for Psych2Go has been one of the most interesting experiences of my life. I get to collaborate with a wonderful group of people every day, and read articles from many fantastic writers and help them bring them to our audience. Writing about psychology was always a passion of mine and now I get to help others do it, too.”

Editing at Psych2Go includes various responsibilities. Our editors work closely with our writers to bring our audience reliable and up-to-date information on many psychology topics. To get this done, our editors proofread articles, edit them for clarity, and fix any grammatical errors. They are in constant contact with the writers entrusted to them, getting to know their writing voice and style.

At the moment, we don’t have any opened positions for the website as everything is focused on our Social Media. However, if you would like to contribute as a volunteer for your resume, portfolio or affiliated work, feel free to reach out to myself personally: tai@psych2go.net 

Editing Assistance

This position is open! If you are interested in working with our editors and helping them streamline our content, please reach out to someone on our editing team.


Project/Product Manager (E-books)

You’ve already met Catherine, but here you’ll find her in another role at Psych2Go! We have a few collaborators who reside within multiple departments, which is helpful when it comes to communication and brainstorming. Here’s what she has to say about being a product manager here at Psych2Go:

“Just knowing that I’m not alone in a situation that helps our readers feel the same makes storytelling and content creating all the more important. It’s truly remarkable seeing how much we’re growing every day, and it’s hard for me not to feel emotionally moved. I just feel really lucky that I get to do what I love and make a difference at the same time!”

As of January 2018, Catherine was hard at work on our first anthology! She gathered over 50 different articles from Psych2Go on introversion and brought them together into one book. When the book is finished, you will be able to find the link here.

A product manager must be able to work well with a team. They not only collaborate with Psych2Go, but also have another team helping them work on the project at hand. Catherine worked with a group of editors and product developers to make sure that the book is just right.

Please send any inquiries about product managing to our product managing team.

Catherine Huang: catherine@psych2go.net

Project Manager for Youtube Channel

Meet Erin! She is our project manager for our Youtube channel. Here’s what she has to say about being a project manager at Psych2Go:

“My main role as Project Manager is to maintain and run the YouTube channel. I assign articles to script writers, give those scripts to voice actors, and bring those materials to animators to create content for the channel. I keep everyone and everything organized, while helping out anywhere else I’m needed!”

She also had this to say about her time collaborating with us:

“I love working at Psych2Go. I have met so many wonderful people and young creatives, and had a chance to watch them grow into wonderful artists making a living for themselves. I’m glad for all the connections I have with everyone I’ve met here. I look forward to helping more people and making content for everyone to enjoy!”

As you can see, being a project manager with Psych2Go can carry a lot of work and responsibility. Constant collaboration is involved to make sure that the videos we produce are true to the previously released content they are adapted from. While this might seem like a hefty duty, it is also very rewarding and often rather fun.

Please send all inquiries about project management to our project management team.

Erin Bogo: erin@psych2go.net

Script Writing

Community Managing

If you have any questions regarding community managing, please reach out to our community management team.

Priscilla: priscilla@psych2go.net

Communication Manager

This position is currently under construction. Please check back later for updates and information.

Audience Development Manager

We’re looking for help reaching more lives with our content. Your role is to find influencers on Youtube, Facebook, IG, Pinterest, Twitter and various channels who are willing to help share our content. You will also be responsible for managing all those relationships. And reporting to our social media manager Kelly on your effort.

Affiliate Sponsors

If you have experiences emailing and working with sponsors and influencers who want a feature or mention on our site, we’d love your help coordinating those relationships. Your role will help build up the funds we need to sustain and grow psych2go.


Meet Imogen, our magazine curator and editor.

Please send all inquiries about Psych2Go‘s magazine to our magazine department.

Imogen Bowler: imogen@psych2go.net


This position is open! If you are interested in this position, please contact our founder and CEO, Tai.

Tai Khuong: tai@psych2go.net


This position is open! If you are interested in this position, please contact our founder and CEO, Tai.

Tai Khuong: tai@psych2go.net

WordPress/Hosting Specialist

This position is currently under construction. Please check back later for updates and information.

E-commerce, Sales Rep, & Customer Support

If you have any questions regarding any of the positions in this specific posting, please reach out to our customer support team.

Angel: angel@psych2go.net

Recruiting and HR

Currently, our editor Viveca is working hard on the recruiting process. She assesses any applications that come in for our writing positions. We are actively recruiting at the moment, so if you are interested in writing for us, please contact someone from our editing team.

If you have any questions about recruiting or HR, please contact someone in our recruiting and HR team.

Contact Yumika@psych2go.net