How to Submit Newspaper, Magazine, and Online Articles for Linking and/or Hosting
StopBadTherapy.com is always looking for new articles to link to or host.
We welcome your suggestions of good articles on the topics of bogus therapies,
licensing board disciplinary action against therapists, the myth of memory repression,
lawsuits against therapists, and the fraud of memory recovery therapy.
The easiest way to add a link is to provide us an existing URL we can link to.
For example, if you want to add a link to a New York Times article, and the
New York Times has made that article available on their site, it's easy for us to
link to the article because we do not need their permission to add a link.
If an article is not available on the Web, StopBadTherapy.com is eager to host it
online. At a minimum, we need you to email us the name of the publication, the
date, the title of the article, and (if possible) the name of the article's author.
However, we need two things before we can host an article online:
If you have written or published an article
and wish to provide this site with a copy, feel free.
us email to let us know it's coming (and include an electronic copy of the article if you can),
a hard copy of the article to this address.
- we must get permission from the article's publisher. This takes
time, and this site's author has limited time to track down publishers, so if you can
email us a contact email address, fax number, or phone number for requesting permission,
that will be a huge help! Better yet, if you have the time, please call the publisher
yourself, ask permission, and have
them email permission to the email address permission at stopbadtherapy.com! (We will
have to confirm the granting of permission, so please email us the contact information
for the person you talked to in this case.)
- we have to get an electronic copy of the article (an email version, a
newsgroup posting, an HTML web page, or a Microsoft Word or WordPerfect file
are all acceptable formats). If you have this, please
email it to us. If you don't have an electronic copy but you have some time, please type
the article's text into an email message and send it to us. If you don't have the time,
we'll have to type in ourselves. Either way, please send us a printed copy of the
article at our address so that we can doublecheck
the version you typed in or type it in ourselves.
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