The Doctors welcome psychiatrist Dr. Domenick Sportelli to discuss electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), where small electric currents are passed through the brain to potentially treat mental health issues like depression.
The Doctors are joined by parents Freddie and Charlene, who share the story of their 13-year-old daughter Rosalie, who they say was bullied and took her own life. Some are calling a tragic event like this bullycide.
The Doctors examine the alarming and rising rates of teen suicide with psychotherapist Stacy Kaiser and Nicolette from "Undercover High," the new A&E series in which young adults poses as students to find out what is really going in high schools.
Dr. Domenick Sportelli joins The Doctors to share about his experience using electroconvulsive therapy on severely depressed patients.
Parents Freddie and Charlene who lost a child to bullycide, and their lawyer Brian Claypool join The Doctors to share things parents can do to help protect their kids in and out of school.
Lauren and Molly, creators of the Kind Campaign, join The Doctors to share about their non-profit school program that advocates against bullying. The problem is so prevalent almost every child is affected.
Freddie and Charlene join The Doctors to share the story of their daughter Rosalie who was a victim of bullying and took her own life. Some are calling this bullycide.
Nicolette from A&E’s show “Undercover High,” joins The Doctors with psychologist Stacy Kaiser to share about what the challenges teenagers are facing today.
A&E’s show “Undercover High” takes an inside look at what teens deal with. Nicolette, who went undercover on the show, shares some eye-opening details about high school life today.
The Doctors discuss the disturbing online game, The "Blue Whale Challenge," which ends in suicide.