We're a community created to discuss psychiatry, medicine, and associated fields. We are not a subreddit to seek mental health treatment advice.
This is a place where mental health professionals and students can share and discuss topics related to psychotherapy. We encourage discussion of therapeutic techniques, information related to practice and new research, information related to careers in therapy, and dissection of case studies that protect the identity of the client.
The Mental Health subreddit is the central forum to discuss, vent, support and share information about mental health, illness and wellness. This sub is moderated by the South Asian Mental Health Alliance (SAMHAA), a non-profit society dedicated to mental health stigma reduction through skill development and community building.
Welcome to the Residency subreddit, a community of interns and residents who are just trying to make it through training! This is a subreddit specifically for interns and residents to get together and discuss issues concerning their training and medicine/surgery.
r/Antipsychiatry is a survivor-friendly community for discussion and counterprogramming against psychiatry and the mental health industrial complex. We think that mental health is generally morality disguised as illness, not actual science.
Welcome! This is a community meant for a discussion of schizophrenia spectrum disorders, and related issues. Feel free to post, discuss, or just lurk. There is no judgement in this place: we are here for each other. Please refrain from self-diagnosis, diagnosing others, or advising specific medical treatments.
This is a subreddit dedicated to the aggregation and discussion of articles and miscellaneous content regarding neuroscience and its associated disciplines. Please note that /r/neuroscience is intended for provide an academic and serious experience. For a more casual take, check out /r/neuro.
Information about neuropsychology, neuroanatomy, neurodevelopment, studying neuropsychology, being a neuropsychologist, and related topics. Full-text articles and well-written science journalism write-ups of recent papers are especially encouraged, but of course questions, comments, and general musings are welcome!
A place where people with ADHD and their loved ones can interact with each other exchanging stories, struggles, and strategies. Weekly threads to plan and notice the positive in our lives. Many of the 400k+ users express they 'feel at home' and 'finally found a place where people understand them'.
Have a question about something that happened in therapy? Want to know how your experience compares to other peoples? Wondering what the heck your therapist is talking about? Thinking about going into therapy but want to know what it's like from a patient's perspecitive? Share your psychotherapy stories and questions here.
Psychiatry broadly defined is characterized by extraordinary diversity of opinion. Thus, when coming from a particular viewpoint we may easily dismiss valid ideas about psychosocial influences on the brain and vice versa. The brain and behavior as it relates to human experience is a topic of extraordinary breadth and our explanatory models are rudimentary. Interactions between these many viewpoints have untapped potential to enrich our understanding of psychiatry and related disciplines.