Steven Pace

Editor, Ghostwriter, Writer

Experienced and Educated Writer Specializing in Psychology, Mental Health, Spirituality, and all things "the mind".

My name is Steven Pace. I'm a professional psychology writer specializing in mental health and all things “the mind”. I live in Atlantic Canada with my wife, father, and most would say far too many kitties (as if there were such a thing).

From the time I was old enough to form a memory (and perhaps earlier) I was fascinated by this thing we call the “mind”. It could be a result of the vivid dreams, the night terrors, temporal lobe epilepsy, or any of the other (there were many) influences on my early psychological development. My entire life I’ve been driven to learn as much as possible about how we perceive “reality” and beyond.

I call myself a psychology writer for the sake of keywords (thanks Google), but I’m far more well-rounded that the title may imply. I’m an experienced and educated writer with an extensive background in psychology and scientific research.

Over the past 20 years I’ve completed literally hundreds of projects for a wide range of purposes, including news articles, study materials, professional manuscripts, informational internet content, and (of course) for my own academic endeavors. After a decade of alternating between studies and freelancing, I received a BSc. in Psychology in 2010 and continued to work as a university research assistant for several years before focusing on other endeavors.

My default writing style is a conversational mix of plain language and academic terminology (where appropriate). I make it a point to never introduce a potentially difficult term without making its meaning clear within context of the piece. At the same time I don’t shy away from complex subjects.

I believe it is a writer’s duty to take intricate ideas and communicate them in a way that’s understandable for the majority of their potential audience. This is especially true for a psychology writer. I aim to be creative and insightful while also providing guidance. With that said, I have no problem loosening (or tightening) up the tone in order to fit your needs.
Content Types
Article, Blog Post, Case Study
More Information
Cape Breton University, Bachelor of Science

Published Content

Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Challenges for the LGBT Community
October 25th, 2018
Normal Brain Aging vs. Alzheimer’s and Dementia
October 26th, 2018
Free Radicals, Oxidative Stress, and Alzheimer’s Disease
November 2nd, 2018
How the Immune System Could Contribute to Alzheimer’s Disease
November 2nd, 2018
Benzodiazepine Use, Dementia, and Alzheimer’s Disease
November 7th, 2018
Movement Impairments Related to Dementia
November 5th, 2018
How an Early Alzheimer’s Diagnosis Can Save Money and Mind
November 14th, 2018
Blood Plasma Exchange as a Treatment for Alzheimer’s
November 12th, 2018
Artificial Intelligence and Alzheimer’s Research
November 9th, 2018
Cannabis and Dementia
November 19th, 2018
The Risks of Antipsychotics as a Treatment for Dementia
November 16th, 2018
What is Frontotemporal Dementia?
November 21st, 2018
How to Cope With a Recent Dementia Diagnosis
November 28th, 2018
How to Question Older Adults About Signs of Dementia
November 2nd, 2018
Holiday Gift Guide for Loved Ones with Dementia
December 12th, 2018
Drinking Coffee and Alzheimer’s Disease
November 26th, 2018
Predicting Dementia With MRI Scans
November 30th, 2018
Blog Post
Why it is Never too Early to Screen for Dementia
December 3rd, 2018
Electronic Lucid Dreaming Induction Tools

Exploring some of the many electronic devices available that claim to aid in lucid dream inductiuon.

October 5th, 2018
The Power of Visualization Techniques

A look at visualization techniques and how they may be used to improve lives.

October 5th, 2018
Psychedelics and Altered States of Consciousness

Examining the use of psychedelics as a tool for the induction of altered states.

October 5th, 2018
Blog Post
Preparing the Home for Someone With Dementia

Suggestions and guidelines for caregivers who are readying their homes for a loved one with dementia.

September 26th, 2018
Blog Post
Burnout Prevention Tips for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregivers

Tips to help family caregivers of dementia and Alzheimer's patients prevent burnout.

September 24th, 2018
An Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation

A brief introduction to the concept of mindfulness and the practice of mindful meditation.

September 7th, 2018
Blog Post
Death: The Ultimate Frenemy – Part 2

Discussing death and my personal experience with the topic. Part 2 of 2.

August 27th, 2018
Blog Post
Death: The Ultimate Frenemy – Part 1

A discussion of death and my personal experiences with the topic. Part 1 of 2.

August 20th, 2018
Is There Any Connection Between Spiritual Enlightenment and Lucid Dreaming?

A brief discussion of the connection between spiritual enlightenment and lucid dreaming.

August 11th, 2018
Blog Post
You Are Not Your Brain: A Guide for Gaining Awareness

An overview of the ways that the brain controls our thoughts and actions without our awareness. Featuring advice for combating this influence.

August 11th, 2018
The Most Powerful Lucid Dreaming Techniques

A brief discussion of lucid dreaming and some of the most powerful induction techniques.

August 5th, 2018
Blog Post
Dreams Deserve Our Attention

People tend to ignore their dreams but at what cost? A discussion of the reasons for our attitudes toward dreams and how we can use them to our advantage.

August 5th, 2018
Blog Post
Mental Health Can Improve – Living with Bipolar Disorder

A brief recalling of my battle with mental health problems (mainly bipolar disorder), and a reminder that there's always hope for recovery.

August 4th, 2018
Natural scenery may reduce attentional effort when starting mindfulness practice

Summary of research suggesting that mindfulness may be easier to practice in by the presence of natural scenery.

August 2nd, 2016
The difficulty of differentiating between suicidal and non-suicidal overdoses

Discussing research that demonstrates the challenges of determining suicidal intent in overdoses.

August 23rd, 2016
Acute manic episodes linked with high rates of bacterial infection

A brief overview of new research suggesting a link between mania and bacterial infections.

September 27th, 2016
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