Pip Orchard suffered PTSD after working in refugee camps for six years. His family say his sentence is typical of Guernsey’s harsh justice system.
“You don't always feel like singing, frankly, after you've seen someone being battered to bits.”
There’s a glaring omission from the discussion about why some “can’t quit” pandemic behaviors: the mental and emotional toll of the last year.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez told the story of her experience during the Capitol riots on Instagram Live for a reason.
Neuroscience à la escargot is a promising area of research.
Auditory hallucinations are often associated with schizophrenia, but many voice hearers don't fit the mould.
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.
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