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The War On Drugs
11:41

Can Psychedelics Make You Less Depressed? | The War on Drugs

Going on a shroom, DMT or acid trip may not sound like a conventional therapy session, but there’s a psychedelic revolution going on in mental health treatment.
All In Her Head / web
5:11

I Was Hospitalized Before Doctors Took My Disease Seriously

Women with chronic illnesses are often misdiagnosed with anxiety, depression, or hypochondria instead of receiving the treatment they need. This is Devri’s story.
Hollywood Love Story (UK) / web
3:46

Living with Borderline Personality Disorder

Maddie is an artist diagnosed with borderline personality disorder. As @snakelively, she makes comedic memes while attempting to establish herself as an artist.
Superhuman
26:22

Are You An Empath?

In an age of unrest, narcissism and social media anxiety, VICE journalist, Hannah Ewens enters the superhuman world of empaths – gifted people who can feel the emotional, mental, or physical state of another person, or animal.
The Therapist / Clip
2:14

Katy Perry on Having Suicidal Thoughts

In an emotional interview with Dr. Siri Sat Nam Singh, Katy Perry opens up about the song inspired by having suicidal thoughts, and how music helps her process her emotions.
The Therapist / Clip
1:05

Young M.A on Depression and Alcohol Struggles

On this episode of THE THERAPIST, Young M.A discussed how she attempted to cope with her teen depression.
Tonic Specials
22:10

The Experimental Ketamine Cure for Depression

Could the club drug ketamine be the best hope for curing chronic depression?
Broadly Shorties
1:04

The History of Birth Control

A new study finds that people who use hormonal birth control are more likely to be prescribed antidepressants, but adverse side effects have been known for decades.
Noisey Mental Health
4:46

Reunited: A Short Film about Music and the Human Spirit

Noisey meets 93 year old jazz pianist Edward Hardy. Ed was given a new lease of life and relief from dementia and depression.
VICE INTL
20:33

Fake-Beerdigungen in Südkorea

Die "Near Death"-Bewegung will den Lebensdrang der Südkoreaner durch einen kleinen Vorgeschmack auf den Tod erneuern.