Posting Rules

If you wish, you can post your material in the field of psychology on our website "Mentalzone" (it can be an article or a blog). In this case, it will be accessible from your personal page (allowing potential clients to form an opinion about you as a specialist).

Please note!!! Materials can only be written in the language in which you created your psychologist profile.

Rules for Writing an Article

An article is a material that contains information and analysis on a psychological topic. This information may include advice, conclusions from psychological research, have an analytical orientation, tell stories about specific cases and their solutions. The main purpose of articles is to share useful knowledge in the field of psychology and promote an understanding of psychological aspects of life and mental health. They can be helpful to readers, helping them find useful information and answers to psychological questions. They also serve as a means to express your experience and knowledge in the field of psychology and can be beneficial to anyone seeking understanding and support in this area.

Posting on the website is only possible for materials that you are the author of or that were created in collaboration with other authors. It is important to emphasize that any attempts to present other people's materials as your own work are considered plagiarism.

Other materials can be posted only in the blog section with an indication of their origin and a link to the source.

In the article text, advertising that includes links to other websites is prohibited. However, the use of links related to the content of the text and having an informational or reference character is allowed.

Rules for Writing a Blog

A blog is an online source or web journal where the author regularly publishes entries, thoughts, comments, or other information on a specific topic or set of topics. A blog can have different styles and formats, including personal thoughts, reviews, news, advice, and more. The main feature of a blog is regular updates, which can reflect the evolution of the author's thoughts and interests over time. Blogs are often used for communication with the audience, sharing experience and information, as well as expressing personal views and creative ideas.

In blogs, you can share texts from other authors if these texts have made an impression on you and contain important content. Such material should be accompanied by your own introductory statement explaining why you want to share it with the website's readers. Such an introduction helps to understand your motivations and justify this choice to your audience.

General Posting Rules

    The materials you post on the site cannot contain:

  • URL addresses or links to websites that compete with the site;
  • Materials protected by copyright (if you do not own the copyright or do not have permission from the owner to publish copyrighted material);
  • Trade secrets (if you do not own them or do not have permission from the owner to publish trade secrets);
  • Materials that violate or illegally use the intellectual property of others or violate the privacy or public rights of others;
  • Anything that is of a sexual, uncensored, offensive, defamatory, threatening, insulting, or hateful nature;
  • Materials involving esoterics, magic, astrology, and politics;
  • Anything that may be offensive or derogatory to another person, group, or entity.

    You cannot use your materials to:

  • Impersonate another person, whether they are alive or deceased;
  • Publish false, inaccurate, or misleading information;
  • Seek specific approval from us;
  • Redirect readers to another site for reading;
  • Except in your own catalogs of your own services, publish advertisements or business solicitations;
  • Publish chain letters or pyramid schemes;
  • Publish thoughts or messages, commercial or otherwise.

Prohibited materials that encourage our users to send messages for additional information. Prohibited materials from any third-party manufacturer requiring payment.

Materials must be properly formatted, including breaking the text into paragraphs, avoiding writing in all capital letters, avoiding excessive text highlighting in bold or color, and avoiding excessive links, smileys, and similar elements.

Posting materials with cases from practice is possible only after obtaining the client's consent. At the same time, the specialist is responsible for complying with ethical principles and confidentiality rules.

We are not obligated to monitor the materials that users post on the site, but we may conduct random monitoring of materials. Any materials that we, at our own discretion, consider a violation of these Terms of Use may be removed. If a user notifies us that materials from other users on the site violate these rules, we may conduct an investigation and determine in good faith whether we agree with such a claim, in which case we may remove the user's materials or request their removal. We are not obligated to conduct such an investigation or remove user materials, and we are not responsible to the user for actions taken or not taken in this regard.

Regular violations of the rules may lead to temporary or permanent restrictions on the ability to post new materials on the site.

The site administration reserves the right to refuse publication of materials without providing reasons.

I've changed "publication" to "material" throughout the text. Please review it, and if you have any further requests or changes, feel free to let me know.
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