How TV And Movies Get Mental Health Wrong

Two north Texas therapists started a podcast to talk about the mistakes culture makes about mental health, and the real harm those mistakes can cause.

By Sakshi VenkatramanSeptember 3, 2018 9:30 am| , , , ,

From KERA:

When the Netflix show “13 Reasons Why” premiered last year, it faced backlash from mental health advocates. It was criticized for its graphic scenes and the way it portrayed mental health. North Texas therapists Kristen Diou and Anna Zapata saw the negative impacts on their patients, and they decided to start a podcast, called “Pop Culture Therapists” to talk about it.

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