The only health board offering Ketamine to treat depression is closing the trial down. Jemima Lomax-Sawyers, who was a member of the trial, writes why that news is terrifying for patients.
The use of non-consensual electroconvulsive therapy in New Zealand has more than tripled in two years. Why are so many more mental health patients being shocked without permission?
Stop at the Genius Bar for a brain tuneup?
Although it's been stigmatized in pop culture, electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) can help treat serious depression when nothing else works. We spoke to three women who have undergone the treatment.
VICE News speaks with "Vidya," a woman who was falsely institutionalized by her husband in order to file for divorce.
In this extra scene, VICE News visits a community program in Pune which treats people with schizophrenia.
And scientists have the lobotomy and electroconvulsive therapy to thank.
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