Helen Mark discovers a new centre in Northamptonshire for vulnerable teenagers.
Why do we dream? Drs Rutherford and Fry delve into the science of sleep.
The 1960s saw anti-psychiatrists including RD Laing question the notion of insanity.
Jarvis Cocker and the BBC Philharmonic weave dark tales of insomnia and nocturnal visions.
Josie Long explores uncertain territory.
While Freud relied on expert and patient, Rogers pioneered a therapeutic model of equals.
Nick Baker meets the therapists who offer cuddle sessions by the hour.
2012 Man Booker Prize nominee Deborah Levy dicusses psychoanalysis with Matthew Sweet.
What happens when signals in the brain misfire and dreams become terrifying nightmares?
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the function and interpretation of dreams.
Helena Kennedy QC explores the relationship between law, psychotherapy and mind doctors.
Susie Orbach meets school secretary Harriet, who is struggling since failed IVF.
Clare Balding discovers how horses are helping with mental, physical and social problems.
Psychotherapist Susie Orbach meets Helen, a high-achieving corporate lawyer.
Helen Mark is in Royal Deeside in Aberdeenshire to find out about Horseback UK.
A look at the way artists have looked into their unconscious minds to find inspiration.
In deep sleep, where the places we go are unlimited - does dream interpretation matter?
James Pennebaker proved that simply writing about how you feel can improve your health.
Susie Orbach meets new client Jo, an out-of-work actress who is struggling to cope.
Susie Orbach has her first meeting with Jo, a new patient and an out-of-work actress.
Psychotherapist Susie Orbach meets John, a retired railway trade unionist.
Psychotherapist Susie Orbach meets retired railway worker and union man John.
Psychotherapist Susie Orbach meets John who has come to some conclusions.
Susie Orbach meets Louise and Richard, who are expecting their first child in a few days.
Sian Williams finds out why keeping your cool will boost your brain power.
What can art mean for people and communities as they face life's great challenges?
Josie Long explores what can emerge from an ending.
Shane McCorristine thinks that people are losing out by not talking about their dreams.
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