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  • Writer's pictureDavid Hoos


Updated: Feb 2, 2023

YouTube is home to a wide variety of talented creators.

But did you know that YouTube also has some great creators dedicated to mental health?

That's right, in our 15+ years running a YouTube influencer marketing agency, we've worked with quite a few YouTubers, everyone from folks with Aspergers or ADHD to professional therapists, that cover a wide variety of topics related to mental health and wellness.

And because as a company we believe emotional health and maturity are essential, we wanted to share some of our favorites with you.

Here are the eleven best mental health channels we’re excited about today.

1. How to ADHD

Jessica McCabe is the creator and host behind How to ADHD. She regularly releases research-based and extremely accessible content on ADHD, providing a variety of resources and help for those who struggle with ADHD and those who support them.

2. Psych2Go

Psych2Go is run by an organization of the same name. They are dedicated to making valuable content on a variety of psychology-related topics that both educate and entertain their community.

3. Kati Morton

Kati Morton is a licensed therapist who makes mental health videos to help educate and empower people. She began making videos around mental health, suicidal thoughts, and self-harm, but today cover a wide range of topics designed to help others process the environments and relationships around them.

4. Infinite Waters

Ralph Smart is the creator and host behind Infinite Waters. Beyond being a YouTuber, he is an experienced psychologist and life coach. His videos focus on eliminating stress and anxiety and frequently deliver the message of love, peace, and freedom.

5. Matthias J Barker

Matthias is a practicing clinical psychotherapist with a slightly smaller YouTube audience, but he packs a punch. He addresses quite a lot of familiar relationship issues from family conflict, to grief, to burnout in a simple accessible format.

6. Rowena Tsai

Rowena is the creator behind this self-titled channel. She has gained popularity there for her blend of lifestyle and personal development vlogging, where she discusses life lessons and mindsets related to relationships, traveling, and more.

7. The Anxiety Guy

Dennis Simsek is the creator and host behind The Anxiety Guy. He is a former professional tennis player who suffered from health anxiety, generalized anxiety disorder, panic attacks, and performance anxiety on the tennis court and uses his channel to share his secrets to overcoming his challenges.

8. Motivation Madness

Run by a team of people, Motivation Madness is a channel dedicated to curating motivational and inspirational videos to help others through life. Their goal is to produce content that everybody is going to find extremely motivational and jaw-dropping.

9. The Aspie World

Dan Jones is the creator and host behind The Aspie World, a channel dedicated to discussions around Aspergers, autism, ADHD, OFC, dyslexia, and more. In it, he aims to show the world that Autism can be freaking cool by producing informative and fun videos on Aspergers Syndrome / Aspergers Symptoms and Autism in adults with tips and hacks for daily life.

10. The Psych Show

Dr. Ali Mattu is the clinical psychologist behind The Psych Show. He is a former assistant professor at Columbia University and has worked with Netflix, Buzzfeed, and HBO. Today he makes videos about mental health and psychology that are fun and easy to understand.

11. Julia Kristina Counselling

Julia Kristin is a registered clinical therapist and the creator behind this self-titled channel. With a focus on mindfulness, mindset, and mental wellness, Julia produces content that will help you understand what's going on in your mind and emotions and then give you the tools to make the necessary changes to help you feel happier, more confident, and less anxious so you can love yourself and your life more every day.


Did you appreciate this list? Is there another channel that you think we should include? Hop on over to Twitter and tell us more.

If you’re a brand and you’re interested in partnering with some of these mental health channels, contact us.

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