Is the distinction between insanity and religion a mere semantic quibble?
The pandemic has exposed some truths about human psychology and behaviour.
Drugs like MDMA, ketamine, LSD and psylocibin may help heal the wounds of trauma - but more research is needed.
A new study finds no evidence of diagnostic inflation in the last four editions of the DSM.
With most therapy sessions now online, a psychologist explores whether more self-disclosure by therapists – sharing more about their own lives – might help their patients.
Behaviors that would have been seen as pathological a few months ago are now applauded as adaptive and resourceful. Where do doctors draw the line?
You might need to visit a few therapists to find one you can connect and engage with. If cost or access are issues, you might even like to go online.
Participants of both virtual reality-based and Skype-based therapy sessions voted greatly in favour of using VR, reporting high levels of engagement and realism.
The risk of developing psychosis is 77% higher in urban than rural dwellers. But there are positives.
Some antipsychotics with the worst side-effects are the best at treating symptoms.
Dance therapy is effective in treating depression, improving memory and neuroplasticity in older adults and improving executive function in those with Parkinson's disease.
Discussing the mental health of leaders such as Donald Trump is controversial. But it's vital to understanding how disordered leaders rise to power.
Singer Bilie Eilish has spoken about her Tourette's. We need more people like her to speak out.
Researchers are trying to distinguish the signal from the noise.
First robust confirmation of an old theory that links a fall in oestrogen with worsening mental health.
People with borderline personality disorder are often treated as if they have a personality flaw, rather than mental health issues stemming from trauma. It's time we changed its name.
A recent review found moral injury was experienced by a wide range of people in different professions, including journalists, police, teachers and soldiers.
Stopping people from talking about their unwanted thoughts may have a terrible impact on them and on society.
Using smartphones and wearable devices to identify mental health symptoms and deliver psychotherapy will allow more people to access quality care, according to one psychiatrist.
Many elite female athletes show signs of eating disorders. Does Norway hold the solution to this problem?