Psychology's Short-Lived Experiment With Nude Psychotherapy
Getting naked in therapy sessions was considered part of a search for authenticity.
Justin Lehmiller, PhD
Here’s Why Narcissists Tend to Come on Too Strong Early in Relationships
It’s known as "lovebombing" – and here’s how to tell if you’re experiencing it.
How Can You Treat Someone Who Doesn't Think They're Mentally Ill?
Laws are being passed that make it possible to compel people to receive treatment for health problems they don’t believe they have.
The Reason These Triplets Were Separated at Birth Is Beyond Messed Up
The triplets from 'Three Identical Strangers' spoke with VICE about the shadowy reason they were split up.
Finding Therapy Isn’t Easy for Queer and Trans People of Colour
Therapy is an overwhelmingly white profession, one that can be insensitive to the needs of those with intersectional identities. This is how QTPOC find therapy that helps, rather than hurts.
These Psychiatrists Want to Test the President's Mental Health
"Mr. Trump's patterns of pathology have become so consistent and difficult to conceal that it is likely that he is highly impaired."
Scenes from My Time in a Psychiatric Hospital
After a series of manic episodes, I was admitted to the Centre Hospitalier de Saint-Anne in Paris. That's where I met a nymphomaniac, a medium and the reincarnation of Christ.
Louise De Breteuil
Why Your Next Relationship Probably Won't Be Any Better Than Your Current One
Psychiatrist Adelheid Kastner thinks ending a relationship just because you think you can do better is a bad idea.
We Asked a Psychiatrist About the Questionable Link Between Mental Health and Terrorism
Are we too quick to assume that people behind horrific attacks are "crazy"?
How People Deal with Their Nervous Breakdowns
Losing your mind is painful, but it's also a pain in the ass.
We Asked An Expert if One Pill Can Have Lasting Effects on the Brain
Psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Bailly basically said that can happen.
Is Obesity a Psychological or Physical Problem?
David Cameron wants to cut people's benefits if they don't seek treatment for their obesity, but does the NHS recognise that overeating can be caused by underlying psychological issues, rather than biological ones?