Why Is It Still So Hard For Young People of Color to Get Therapy?
More Black and brown millennials are seeking therapy, but there are still major obstacles in a mental health care system designed for white people.
I'm a Therapist Who Walks Dogs to Stay Sane and in the Black
After seven or eight hours of listening to people talk about life’s complexities, the simplicity of being with dogs is a relief.
Dear Millennials, Stop Being Bad Tippers
Know when to share cupcakes, and when to graciously gift some extra cash.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
This Therapist Wanted a Client with Mob Ties to Help Her Bash a Guy's Face In, FBI Says
She also allegedly asked to have one of his arms broken so that he "can't do push-ups."
How to Find a Therapist You Can Actually Afford
With a single session costing as much as $300 in some cities, mental health care can feel more like a privilege than a right. We asked practitioners and patients alike for tips on how to make it work.
We Asked a Therapist Why We Grieve Celebrities Like We Knew Them
The grief for a celebrity once they’re gone might take up more emotional space than the feelings we had about them when they were alive.
It's Now Easier Than Ever to Talk to a Therapist
You don't even have to speak.
What I Learned From Revisiting My Three Worst Breakups
Trying to get it right—for once in his life—one man reckons with the ghosts of relationships past.
Confessions of a Massage Therapist
They pay for their comfort; I get paid to suspend mine for 60 to 90 minutes at a time.
Maryana Lucia Vestic
Why Thinking About 'The One that Got Away' Is Ruining Your Relationships
We asked a therapist to help us understand why we fixate on "the one that got away" and what this means for our future relationships.
What I Learned Listening to My Patients Talk About Their Sex Lives
I'm a clinical psychologist, and most of my younger patients' anxieties are related to their sexuality.
We Spent a Day with a Professional Psychic
They're basically best friends you pay to tell you everything will be OK.