When unregulated healers offer their services online, they tend to draw in the cash-poor, desperate and potentially vulnerable.
New research has suggested that 1 to 2 percent of the population struggle to differentiate between their own bodily feelings and other people's.
Anxiety is high and mental health services are increasingly underfunded, so it might be time to explore alternative therapies.
A cult survivor outlines the anatomy of an indoctrination.
Meet Teal Swan, a YouTuber who proves selling salvation to desperate people is an equal opportunity racket.
If the person in need of an exorcism isn't a Christian, then why do you have to call a Catholic priest?
"My first abduction experience happened in the womb because my mum was abducted."
The drug ayahuasca gives the same trip as LSD and is considered therapeutic.
Well, technically I'm a Luciferian witch, but try explaining that to a Bible-beater.
Before Liz Harris releases a Grouper album this month, we dig into the emotional pull of her drone-y, textural work.
David finds clients any number of ways, including meeting women on Tinder and turning them into believers.
Making sense of empaths in a cruel, narcissistic world.