College Students Aren't Always Given Medical Privacy
What you say in therapy can get passed to parents, college administrators, and even job prospects.
This Is How Therapists Deal When Patients Kill Themselves
Why do we treat personal and professional grief differently, and how can we support professionals who experience traumatic losses?
What to Expect From Your First Therapy Appointment
A first-timer’s guide to preparing for psychotherapy.
Lots of People Struggle With Side Effects From This Common Type of Therapy
More than 40 percent of side effects were rated as severe or very severe, and more than 25 percent lasted for weeks or months.
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Therapists are using VR headsets to cure phobias
They aim to cure phobias and addictions by creating immersive experiences designed to expose a patient to "safe space" situations that normally cause anxiety in the real world.
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How to Tell if a Kid Actually Needs to See a Therapist
Dragging a reluctant child to therapy just because someone died, you've moved, or you're splitting up can backfire.
How to Know If You Need Therapy
The signs you should call for backup aren't always easy to spot.
How I Found the Strength to End My Relationship with an Abusive Girlfriend
It involved talking to a cushion and beating the shit out of an ironing board in a sweaty basement with a chubby guy in his underpants.
Too Many British Mental Health Professionals Don't Understand Gender and Sexuality
It's hard to seek guidance for your questions about sexuality or polyamory or kink or gender if your therapist doesn't understand any of it themselves.
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Colorado-Based Therapist Steve Garufi Treats Drug Addicts with Bicycles and Jesus
We spoke to Steve Garufi about bicycling across America and using Christianity and exercise to treat addicts suffering from addiction.
Sophie Saint Thomas