12 Best Documentaries On  Mental Health 

Boy Interrupted (2009) 

Explores a young boy's battle with bipolar disorder, highlighting its impact on family and society.

Lost Angels: Skid Row Is My Home (2010)

Reveals the link between mental health, homelessness, and societal challenges among Skid Row residents.

The Anonymous People (2013)

Advocates for addiction recovery, sharing stories of overcoming stigma, and addiction's mental health aspects.

Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind (2018)

Celebrates Hollywood star Robin Williams' humor while addressing his hidden struggles with depression and suicide.

Light In The Darkness: Living Well After Trauma (2019)

Follows trauma and PTSD survivors on their paths to resilience and healing.

The Me You Can’t See (2021)

Uses personal mental health stories, including those of celebrities, to destigmatize the conversation around mental well-being.

Nadiya Hussain: Anxiety And Me (2021)

Examines chef Nadiya Hussain's exploration of her own anxiety experiences to raise awareness.

Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me (2022)

Examines how fame and self-discovery intersect with popstar Selena Gomez's mental health.

Hiding In Plain Sight: Youth Mental Illness (2022)

Spotlights unnoticed youth mental health struggles and the need for early support.

How To Change Your Mind (2022)

Investigates psychedelics' potential as psychiatric medication in addressing mental health disorders.

Life, Animated (2023)

Depicts an autistic individual finding connection and communication through Disney animations.

Thin (2023)

Involves a raw portrayal of individuals with eating disorders, showcasing their complex journey to recovery.




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