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Clinical psychologist Dr. Bre-Ann Slay joins The Doctors to discuss seeing a rise in teen patients self-diagnosing their mental disorders, saying they figured it out on TikTok. Dr. Slay shares many mental health issues are too hard to diagnose based on 3 or 4 symptoms in a 30 second video. Both Dr. Slay and Dr. Sportelli are happy that it’s breaking down some of the mental health stigma, but is TikTok doing more harm than good?