“While the precise mechanism at play remains unknown, when ketamine is effective, it can be like flipping a switch.”
Inside the Unlicensed Counseling That Led Boston Students to Allege Emotional Abuse
“RC’s critics say it has no place in public schools and could harm students who feel pressured to participate or burdened by peers’ psychological suffering. Steven Hassan, a Newton-based licensed mental health counselor and cult expert, considers RC a splinter group of Dianetics and a cult.”
The Silent Farm for Developmental Disabilities
“David believes that the men who come to the farm are able to connect deeply with the animals and the natural world, in part because of the way that society has dismissed them.”
On injury, compensation, and living with pain.
Body of Lies
Deenie Hartzog-Mislock confronts a lifetime of body image trauma when her marriage turns south and sexless.
How I Got My Shrink Back
An entanglement with her shrink-stalking protege teaches Susan Shapiro something about forgiveness.
Whiteness on the Couch
Clinical psychologist Natasha Stovall looks at the vast spectrum of white people problems, and why we never talk about them in therapy.
Confessions of a Clinical Therapy Trainee
What do you do when it’s your first day on the job and the patient can’t stop crying?
How Simple Human Connection Can Help Save People from Suicide
Therapist Ursula Whitehead regularly texts her clients between sessions to help them understand that they are not alone.
Jay-Z Opens Up About Race in America, Therapy, and ‘4:44’
The hip-hop artist sits down for a wide-ranging interview with NYT executive editor Dean Baquet.