Robert Patrick stars as a private investigator traumatized by his father's suicide who goes undercover in a mental institution to uncover the murderer of his psychiatrist.
A cop and his son have to put away their differences while undercover on a therapeutic trip.
A husband wants to win back his wife, even though she has been living with her lesbian lover for six months.
A young female felon has to do manditory therapy following her jailtime - but the therapy grows into a stalking, because the therapist is out for revenge.
The talk therapist Roland Arnsberg falls from the clouds when his longtime girlfriend Chris gives him the passport. An affair with Regine, as it were in acute relationship needs, helps Roland though from his mood depression. However, when he learns that she is the wife of his most affectionate patient, his world gets completely out of joint. The turbulent game of hide and seek finally opens the eyes, which is the right woman for him. Only Chris needs a little longer, until you dawn: There can only be one.
How will Charles manage to become a man again now that his wife has left him, that he can't even roll a simple joint and that even his cleaner thinks he's a jerk ? By inviting Leonid, a chimney-sweep with a Russian accent to join him? By letting him move in while he's still living in his appartment? By talking to him frankly and listening blindly to his suggestions? Russian therapy has its good points, even if its founding principles are rather strange...
Manhattanites Bruce and Prudence are each looking for a meaningful romantic relationship and have been encouraged by their psychiatrists to find someone through the personal ads. Their first meeting is disastrous, but they begin to hit it off during their second date. However, Bruce's bisexual, live-in lover does not want to share Bruce and is willing to do whatever it takes to keep him to himself.
Horror comedy film following vampire count Geza von Kösznöm who's visiting groundbreaking neurologist Sigund Freud because he's bored of his life and frustrated of the "eternally long" relationship with his wife Elsa.
While life expectancy is increasing in Western countries, cases of diabetes, hypertension, obesity and cancer are increasing, and the use of medication has exploded. Does this mean that in order to live to a ripe age we are condemned to swallow more and more drugs? What if there was another way? For half a century, in Russia, Germany and the U.S., doctors and biologists have been exploring a different therapeutic approach: fasting. The results are amazing. Soviet researchers have provided a body of clinical studies of exceptional health…only published in Russian, and thus unknown in the West. Young biologists from the University of Los Angeles have overturned conventional wisdom and used molecular biology to demonstrate the powerful effects of fasting. This research suggests a wide-ranging potential, which could include treatments for the disease of the century, cancer. If these scientists are right, maybe our approach to disease and treatment will need a rethink.
Four couples, all friends, descend on a tropical island resort. Though one husband and wife are there to work on their marriage, the others just want to enjoy some fun in the sun. They soon find, however, that paradise comes at a price: Participation in couples therapy sessions is mandatory. What started out as a cut-rate vacation turns into an examination of the common problems many face.
A couple with marital problems gets lured to a remote retreat. They must put aside their problems to survive after they discover that their lives are in danger.
A young woman impersonates a shrink to win over her Prince Charming.
Emily Edmunds has a great job and a great guy, Mark. But when Mark is killed in a plane crash, a distraught Emily attempts suicide.
Documentary about the psychotherapist Irvin D. Yalom.
At age 17, Eglantine is troubled by a number of things. Her argumentative parents comprise an absentee and philandering father and an overprotective, occasionally alcoholic mother. Her boyfriend Sébastien is a couple of years older; he's ready, but she isn't. Frequent furtive visits to her therapist help her to see that these issues are not 'problems', but 'difficulties', which she has the strength to overcome.
Earl Kenneth Kaufmann is the Scary Guy. Banned and kicked out here and there. Because of his looks. A motivation trainer and speaker who campaigns worldwide to eliminate hate, violence, prejudice, and bullying in schools and corporations. In addition to being a tattoo shop owner, comic, entertainer, inspirational speaker, and performance artist.
Florence Champagne is a therapist who has very little patience for her patients. She’d had enough of listening to their problems for 50 interminable minutes at a stretch, so she invented a new kind of therapy: 3-minute online video sessions (where she usually ends up becoming the subject, by the way). If you choose her as your therapist, something’s definitely not right…
Philippe Jacob has acquired a reputation as the best psychologist in the city. And yet, at almost fifty, he finds himself facing a serious existential crisis. Can psychology really save the world? What if he’s wasted his life? Only a thin line lies between his own anxiety and that of his patients. It’s no surprise that at the end of the week, Philippe needs to go see his own psychologist with whom he maintains a serious love-hate relationship.