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‘Special K’ finds market as costly off-label option to treat mental disorders

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As research shows that the hallucinogen is a potentially powerful treatment for intractable mental disorders, and academics continue to debate its safety, private clinics across the country offer the drug to patients now. Geuris “Jerry” Rivas, a native of New York, was diagnosed with severe obsessive-compulsive disorder when he was 15. Obsessions with organizing and … Read more…

13 Reasons Why depiction of Teen Suicide – School Counselors picking up the pieces

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It’s been over a month since 13 Reasons Why made its début on Netflix, but the discussion around the teen drama shows no signs of dying down. The 13-episode series, based on the young adult novel by Jay Asher, has been tweeted about more than 11 million times since March 30…. School counselors talk Netflix … Read more…

Maria Bamford – Manic ideas

Manic ideas are always in the realm of possibility. If I ever start talking to fast, give me a ride. A lot of “great ideas”. Strong repetitive shit ideas. Calling to Pope… “someone should give that guy a jingle jangle”. https://www.crazymeds.us/ https://www.crazymeds.us/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/MedClass/MoodStabilizers

When You Can’t Get Out of Bed Because of Your Depression

It’s 7:30 a.m. and you have to be at work in a half hour; this is the fourth alarm that has gone off, and you still aren’t even close to moving your body out of your bed. So, you push snooze for the fourth time and you roll back over. It’s 7:45 a.m. and there’s … Read more…

Tucson Weekly seeking phn interview on TV show, “13 Reasons Why”.

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Tucson Weekly seeking interview on TV’s portrayal of mental health in Netflix’s, 13 Reasons Why. I am a reporter for Tucson Weekly and I was wondering if I could ask someone here a few questions about your work with depression and suicide prevention. I’m not sure if you’re familiar with the popular new Netflix series, … Read more…

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