Mental Health and Addiction - Videos

Emotional Support Squirrel?

A condo community in Florida is up in arms over a tenants unconventional emotional support animal.

Can a Pill Track If You Are Taking Your Meds?

The FDA has approved a “digital pill” that will be able to track if and when patients take their medication. This was designed to help those battling schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression and those managing others’ medication.

Brain Microchip Erases Memories?

The Doctors discuss a “brain chip” designed to manipulate memories. Makers of the chip hope to help those with degenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s. But could it also be used to erase bad memories?

Trying to Quit Smoking?

Do you have a loved one you’d love to convince to stop smoking? The Doctors share a viral video that could help.

Former Beverly Hills Junkie on Her Addiction Struggles

Growing up in Beverly Hills with money to fall back on fed into author and comedian Amy Dresner’s cycle of addiction until rock bottom meant losing it all.

‘My Fair Junkie’ Author on Life after Her Addiction

Author and comedian Amy Dresner shares about what her life looks like with over four years of being clean and sober.

A&E’s Tim Ryan Helps Addicts Struggling to Get Clean

Former addict and recovery advocate Tim Ryan joins The Doctors to share about his rock bottom, how he helps those struggling with addiction, and he shares about his new A&E documentary, “Dope Man.”

Tips to Finding the Right Rehab Facility

Tim Ryan, former heroin addict and recovery advocate, shares what to look for in a good rehab facility and how to find the hope you need to get clean.

Drug-Fueled Rampage from Synthetic Drug Flakka

Judge Mary Chrzanowski aka “Scary Mary” joins The Doctors to discuss a naked drug-fueled rampage in one Missouri town caused by the synthetic street drug flakka.

PTSD after a Wrongful Conviction

The Doctors were joined by exoneree Clarence last season that spent several years in jail for a crime he did not commit, and the show sent him to Dr. Eugene Lipov to treat his PTSD.

Save Me from My Addiction

Mandy got shingles and was prescribed pain medication. After years of abusing pills, Mandy ended up in rehab where she met someone that started her on heroin. Mandy joins The Doctors to share her story.

Mom Addicted to Heroin Asks for Help

The Doctors meet Mandy and her parents to talk about her heroin use. Will she accept help for her addiction?

Meet War Heroes Surviving with Brain Injuries and PTSD

For many of our armed service members surviving war is just half the battle. Meet the Stacey and Bitsui families, and their struggle to return to daily life.

Urgent Care Clinic for Mental Health to Open in Sacramento

A California county is about to take a big step in addressing a critical need in the area, an urgent care clinic for the mentally ill.

Man Who Lost His Legs to Heroin Walks Again

Matthew returns to The Doctors after seeking help to turn his life around after losing his legs and battling his heroin and opiate addictions.

Overcoming an Opioid Addiction

The team of people who helped Matthew overcome his addiction join The Doctors to share more about his success.

Addiction among Healthcare Workers?

Kristin and Aime join The Doctors to share their stories of working as nurses and becoming addicted to drugs to shed light on the growing problem of drug diversion.

New Hope for Amputee Who Overcame Addiction

See the amazing surprises The Doctors have for Matthew including a personal gift from Tony Robbins and a new set of prosthetic legs.

Healthcare Workers Addicted to Drugs?

Dr. Gregory Skipper is a former addict and treats drug-addicted healthcare professionals. He shares that 10 percent of healthcare professional may have addiction problems, and what can be done to seek help.

Drs. Rx: The Vital Emotion Needed for Recovery

The Doctors share that finding hopefulness when you feel hopeless is one of the most important steps on the path to recovery.

New Treatment for Opioid Addiction?

Dr. Hutton joins The Doctors to share of Matthews’s success with his transcranial magnetic stimulation treatments, which he used to treat Matthew’s depression, addiction, and phantom limb pain.

Drs. Investigate Drug Addicted Healthcare Workers

It is estimated that 1 in 5 nurses in the United States may be addicted to drugs. Are they putting patients’ lives at risk?

Red Flags for Potentially Violent People

After the recent school shooting in Northern California, clinical psychologist Dr. Judy Ho shares what to be aware of if you suspect someone might commit an act of violence.

Reality Star Alexis Haines Shares Advice for Addicts

“Pretty Wild” reality star Alexis Haines gives advice about how to help those struggling with addiction.

'Pretty Wild' Star Shares How She Overcame Opioid Addiction

Hollywood celebrity Alexis Haines’ life took a dark turn after her habit of abusing painkillers turned into an addiction to black tar heroin.

What is Causing U.S. Life Expectancy to Drop?

For the first time since 1993, the U.S. life expectancy has gone down. The Doctors welcome guest reality star and Alo House counselor Alexis Haines to discuss this shocking crisis.

Nikki Sixx Shares about Overcoming a Heroin Addiction

The Doctors get insights from one of the founding members of Motley Crew, Nikki Sixx, on why drugs are so prevalent amongst musicians. Plus, he shares about his own rock bottom with addiction.

Advice for Struggling Addicts from Rocker Nikki Sixx

Nikki Sixx shares advice for people struggling with addiction. He encourages people to share their stories and to keep reaching out for help.

Addict Couple Will Do Anything to Get High

Gia and her boyfriend Dustin’s drug addiction has taken over their lives and the life of Gia’s family. The two use Gia’s dad to unwittingly drive them to get drugs.

Family’s Cry for Help from Addiction!

Gia’s family and boyfriend Dustin join The Doctors to try and save this young couple’s lives. Gia’s mother shares how much love she has for her daughter and how afraid she is to lose her.
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