Some therapists advertising kink- and polyamory-friendly treatment might not be all they seem. Here's what to look for if you're seeking mental healthcare that doesn't see "sexual deviance" as deviance.
Teletherapy was not widely accepted pre-pandemic, but when circumstances forced providers' hands, both sides realized the setup has unique benefits.
“After pills and therapy failed to help me, I’ve come to realise that happiness is often in our own hands. In my case, fingers.”
"It's a tiny achievement that reminds me I'm capable, even when my brain says I'm not."
Studies showing the mental health benefits of psychedelics are inspiring people to take matters into their own hands. But doctors warn it's not as simple as it sounds.
Because let's face it, we don't have much choice now.
This is uncharted territory for both therapists and their clients, and it can be a difficult transition.
Other people's recorded therapy sessions are the perfect opportunity for self reflection, if you ask me.
Seeking professional help with relationship issues isn't just for married couples—so if you think it could be right for you and your partner, here's how to talk about it.
Affirmation is important, but too much can become suffocating for LGBTQ clients.
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.
These mental health professionals know what it feels like when the van breaks down, when the booker shorts the fee, or when your drummer is just being a dick.