Pinterest is my new favorite social media platform for all things related to psychology!

I scour the web for interesting facts, figures, and images about psychology so you don’t have to! If you are on Pinterest consider following my boards here They are growing by the day! Here are a few of my favorite boards.

Psychological Oddities

This board is not for the squeamish or faint of heart. In it I collate all things odd, unusual, and peculiar related to psychology and its history. Have some suggested pins for me? Let me know!

Follow Steven J. Hanley, Ph.D.’s board Psychological Oddities on Pinterest.

Melancholy Art

Sigmund Freud once said, “Everywhere I go I find a poet has been there before me.” I would say the same thing about visual artists. This board showcases the paintings, sculptures, and photographs that capture the essence of melancholy and depression better than words.

Follow Steven J. Hanley, Ph.D.’s board Melancholy Art on Pinterest.

Psychology Infographics

Who doesn’t like a great infographic? Here are some of the best psychology infographics Pinterest has to offer.

Follow Steven J. Hanley, Ph.D.’s board Psychology Infographics on Pinterest.

Historical Figures of Psychology

Who is your favorite? Carl Rogers? Sigmund Freud? Carl Jung? You’ll find them all on this Pinterest board of historical figures in psychology.

Follow Steven J. Hanley, Ph.D.’s board Historical Figures of Psychology on Pinterest.

Psychological Detritus

“Detritus” comes from the Latin “deterere” which means “wear away.” Here are some haunting images of old, weathered, and abandoned places of psychological treatment. Both beautiful and creepy, this Pinterest board has it all. Let me know what you think!

Follow Steven J. Hanley, Ph.D.’s board Psychological Detritus on Pinterest.

I’m a Clinical Psychologist helping the individuals, couples, and families of Metro Detroit live healthier, less conflicted, and more fulfilled emotional lives. I also like to have some fun on social media, consuming and sharing great content about psychology.