Write for Pollen Magazine

Do you have insights to share with your peers in the health and wellness industry? We want to hear from you.

About us

Pollen Magazine is the go-to resource for all things private practice.

It’s where practitioners can find community and inspiration.

We’re the only magazine in this space that caters to this audience, and we’re setting the gold-standard in the health and wellness space.

About you

You’re an expert in your field. We want to feature the voices of people leading their industries—whether you’re a marketing expert or a clinician yourself.

What we’re looking for

Our content pillars are marketing, business, inspiration, industry, and wellness. Your piece should fit into one of those pillars, and should offer real, actionable value to our readers.

How you fit into those pillars is up to you. We’re interested in how-to articles for marketing and branding, and personal stories/essays about your own journey as a practitioner or business owner, if you are one.

Read through some of our previously published articles to see if yours is a good fit for our voice and tone.

What we’re NOT looking for

Clickbait
Our audience looks to us to be an authority in this space, and we’ve built up trust with our community. Make sure you can back up any claims you’re making.

Content for Clients
Our audience is practitioners and business owners, not their clients. Your language and tone should reflect that.

Some final housekeeping

Our target word count is 850-1100 words, though it can be longer.

Please limit your pitch to around two paragraphs. Do not submit completed articles.

Please note this is a paid opportunity. More details will be provided if we accept your pitch.

Ready to submit?

Send your pitch to editorial@simplepractice.com.

If we’re interested in moving forward with your article, a member of our editorial staff will reach out to you.

Due to the volume of submissions, we can’t respond to everyone.

If you haven’t heard a response within 2 weeks, please assume we’ve decided not to move forward with your piece.

Send Your Pitch