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Knowing that you could be holding onto resentment can help you work through things and move on — for good.
Toxic 'friends' are always competing with you, are jealous of other friends, and lie to get sympathy.
‘I sleep all the time, because it’s the closest thing to death’: Simone Biles talks about facing depression after sexual abuse
Olympic gymnast Simone Biles spoke to Priyana Chopra Jonas about the depression she faced after being sexually abused by Larry Nassar.
Though talk therapy is important and widely used, there are several other successful therapies that you might not know about.
A psychotherapist was flooded with hate mail in 2012 when he said people don’t need years of therapy to get better, and 7 years later, he still ...
Many patients find themselves getting too much therapy, psychotherapist and author Jonathan Alpert said.
The 'Sunday Scaries' are a common feeling, but they don't have to ruin your week. INSIDER spoke with Dr. Deborah Serani to see how to get over them.
It's hard to let go of the past, even if our better instincts tell us we got out of a situation that was bad for us. It's especially hard to get over an ex, even if they were completely wrong for you. Here are some of the psychological reasons why.
This doctor left Oscar to start a co-working space for therapists — we got a sneak peek at the stylish offices
Alma is a membership-based community for mental health providers, which include therapists as well as nutritionists and acupuncturists. Through a monthly membership fee, Alma provides the physical space they might need, but therapists can set their own rates.
A team of Johns Hopkins researchers is calling for magic mushrooms to be made legally available as medicine
A group of scientists from Johns Hopkins University recently published an article in which they concluded that psilocybin, the active component of the psychedelic drug magic mushrooms, has a low risk of harm and should be legally available as medicine.
Therapy in a pill: Breaking down the science behind the strange, surreal world of Netflix’s “Maniac”
Netflix's "Maniac" portrays a experimental pharmaceutical trial that tests whether a course of three pills can replace cognitive-behavioral therapy. Here's how the science in the show stacks up to clinical research today.