Irresponsible Diagnoses

Review of My Sister’s A Therapist episode: Irresponsible Diagnoses

In the episode “Irresponsible Diagnoses,” Virginia and Laura tackle the topic of diagnosing fictional characters.

Virginia provides her theories on the likely psychiatric diagnoses of characters from popular TV shows and movies, such as Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Trading Places, and The Good Place. Laura then reviews Virginia’s theories based on the DSM-V.

The episode is both informative and entertaining. Virginia’s theories are often humorous and thought-provoking, and Laura’s explanations of the DSM-V are clear and concise. The sisters also do a great job of discussing the ethical implications of diagnosing fictional characters.

One of the things I appreciate most about this podcast is that it’s hosted by a licensed therapist and a comedian who are real sisters. This gives the podcast a unique perspective on mental health, and it makes the conversations feel authentic and relatable.

Overall, I highly recommend the episode “Irresponsible Diagnoses” to anyone who is interested in mental health, pop culture, or both. It’s a fun and informative listen, and it’s sure to make you think about the way we diagnose and treat mental illness in the real world.

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Recommended for: Fans of mental health podcasts, pop culture podcasts, and anyone who is interested in learning more about the DSM-V.

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