Internal documents and audio show that Facebook is requiring moderators to come back to work to deal with content related to child abuse, self harm, and terrorism.
A startup founder who fled from a chaotic and violent childhood in Myanmar opens up about how MDMA-assisted psychotherapy helped her come to terms with repressed shame and grief.
People have until September 28 to lend their support, potentially legalizing the therapeutic prescription of molly and mushrooms.
In the criminal world you see things you can't unsee, and get told to bury your feelings.
Imagine a psychedelic that promises you’ll never have a bad trip and resets your brain in such a way that you wouldn't have to depend on antidepressants. We speak with a scientist making just that.
Everyday, they grapple with traumatic experiences, punishing hours, and high rates of PTSD. No one seems to care—not even the people they call colleagues.
"Several soldiers vomited on the tarmac. The stress was making them sick, literally."
A new study shows that cannabis enthusiasts may overestimate the plant’s medicinal power.
It turns out that trauma can not only stay in your body forever, it can also continue for generations.
Under the FDA’s Expanded Access program, more folks can legally get access to medical-grade MDMA for psychotherapy.
New research indicates that people who were given controlled doses of ecstasy and magic mushrooms during post-traumatic stress disorder treatment showed more signs of improvement than those who did not take any drugs.
Students in Delhi Tell Us How the Police Violence During Anti-CAA Protests Has Affected Their Mental Health
“I feel like I’m being followed all the time.”