Interested in Animating for Psych2Go? FAQ

Psych2Go focuses on Psychology and Mental Health topics. We are always on the lookout to add new talents to our team.

Do you know how to animate in 2D? Are you someone creative and who understands how to make a compelling storytelling video? You've come to the right place!

How do you apply for the Animator role?

There are 2 ways of applying. You can choose either one that you're comfortable with 🙂

Option 1: Directly Email Our Recruiters for an Interview

When you apply, tell us what you notice as an animator about What Makes This Animation Successful?
If you can list down at least 10 details that make this video successful, we will then move you to the next stage of the hiring process. You can list them as points like the great color scheme, dynamic, and etc.

Option 2: Fill up the Application Form and We'll Reach Out To Selected Candidates

Application Form:

Here are the FAQ's:

1. Can I apply if I am under 18?

Yes, you can. Many of our animators are in fact under 18. We find that self-taught, and young animators tend to know our audience best. And are much more talented when it comes to YouTube content.

2. Is this a part time or full time position?

You are working as a freelancer or independent contractor meaning you are running your own company. For Psych2go, we pay by the projects. Rates are determined based on the quality of your work and the experiences you previously had.

3. Are there incentives for working for psych2Go?

Well, you are working from home which is already something not a lot of jobs can offer, especially after covid is over. You get to work within your own schedule.

Your pay is based on a flat rate + a bonus on the performance of your videos and feedbacks you get such as positive comments left on your videos about how much they love your artwork. You also get lots of projects from us over other animators on our team if your work is consistently good.

If you want to work full time, it's highly possible to get a full time paid salary, but that's up to you. The more projects you take on, the more pay you get.

4. When can I start and can I quit anytime?

Yes! Once you passed the first few initial tests, you will be given a full project. And you can quit anytime or renegotiate your rate after a certain period with us.

5. What are the requirements to be our animator?

  • Clean Line Artwork
  • Understands Colour Theory
  • Able to Emulate to Our Style
  • Animate Compelling Visual Storytelling
  • Creative Thumbnail Designs that Stands Out
  • Not afraid to animate Psychology and Mental Health topics (some topics can be sensitive, but find creative ways to tell the story)
  • Animation flow is natural with VoiceOver
  • Able to Turnaround in 1-2 Weeks

6. Here's Our Process on What to Expect From Us:

We might not able to reply to everyone and appreciate all of your time and submissions. The selected candidates will be reached out. We may hold some applicants for a future project. If you're interested to be reached out, check off the box at the bottom.

STAGE 1: We will screen all applicants based on the answers to the application form.
STAGE 2: Selected candidates will be reached out too. We will ask them to work on a 1-Min Animation Sample (non-paid).
STAGE 3: Candidate will work on 1 Full Animation Project (paid)

7. Who will be managing you?

Cindy, our YouTube Manager! She's in charge of managing all our animators on our YouTube channel at the moment!

8. Who do I email if you have questions about the role? [YouTube Manager]

Subtle Signs Someone Is Being Bullied

Bullying comes in all forms and ways, there's no right or wrong, even
amazing qualities could be used as a ploy to make you feel inferior.
Bullies don't have a criteria when it comes to people’s self worth, they
have a constant need to put others down. So it doesn't matter what you
do, who you are, where you come from, what you say or have. It will
never be your fault and there’s nothing you can change in yourself in
order to be good enough for them, their standards are unachievable.
Signs of abuse can be noticeable even in the early stages of oppression,
so carry on if you want to know what they are.



While facing difficulties with bullies a person who has their emotional,
physical or mental integrity put in risk will commonly begin to isolate
themselves from other people like spending more time alone in their
room, not hanging out with their friends or simply having lunch on their
own. It works like a self defense mechanism, an attempt to prevent any
kind of social embarrassment from happening.


Low Self Esteem
Dealing with a bully can make you self doubt yourself frequently, guiding
you to thinking that you are who they are trying to paint you as.
Afterwards comes low self esteem and the belief that in fact, you
deserve what's being served to you as it's OK being hated on because
you aren't worthy of anything rather than repugnance.


In frightening circumstances like having to be around the person who is
your oppressor, as human beings it is easy to feel trapped and like you
need to escape from that moment. Although when it’s not possible some
behaviors can indicate it.

They are: looking down or giving blank stares, a shaky body or trembling
voice, slightly raised eyebrows, half open mouth, bad posture (slouchy
body language provenient from muscle tension) and a tout brow.


Personality Or Look Change
In a desperate attempt of pleasing their intimidator they oftentimes
change the way they present themselves to the world. In order to
somehow get a little respect or bond with their bully, which results in
instant frustration considering that it doesn’t matter how hard they try it
will never be enough in their oppressor eyes.


It’s never easy having your worth as an individual neglected and
ridiculed, consequently victims of bullying will react in several
contrasting ways, one specially is anger! They can become more
aggressive in their tone or actions without having a coherent reason to do
it so, as if even simple daily tasks were irritating and would put them in a
bad mood.


Self Harm
Not everyone has the ability to express themselves clearly or just aren't
in an environment where they feel they can open up and talk about their
problems safely, forcing them to hide and suppress their feelings as some
sort of emotional boundary.
The point is that as they don’t have an escape valve for everything they
keep on the inside it usually tends to come out as a mental breakdown,
which sometimes can lead to a physical breakdown that not only can
end up with them cutting an specific part of their body but also refusing
to eat their favorite meal for example or not going to that place they’ve
always loved so much.
It’s important for us to keep in mind that not every self harm is physical
and/or visible and that not all of them happen for the same reasons.



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