In candid conversations with actor Jonah Hill, leading psychiatrist Phil Stutz explores his early life experiences and unique, visual model of therapy.
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"There was some of the theories or tools he was teaching/explaining that one could see wouldn’t be applicable or appropriate for those with certain kinds of severe trauma. "
"I will watch this over & over & over again ♥️"
"Jonah Hill's semi scripted tribute to his all help and no bull**** therapist, Dr. Phil Stutz. On one hand, the film feels forced or even all too staged at some points. On the other hand, the documentary is a simple and effective reminder that our therapists are just like us: flawed, insecure, and just as vulnerable as the next guy. Worth the watch, especially since I don't think two people will come away from watching this documentary with identical impressions. At the very least, Stutz's story, the way it's been shared, and his relationship with patient Jonah Hill, are all around highly unconventional and deeply interesting. "
"Wow,first of all the love and respect between these two is very heartwarming. The tools are very eye opening we all have difficulty in life at one point or another it’s about how you look at it that changes the view of the problem’s. Which can be Easier said then done at times but the tools makes it less hopeless ￼and give you things to work on. I think this film is not made to cure anyone but help with feeling that are hard and hopeless at times will pass with Acknowledging the problem And moving forward. We need more when it comes to Mental illness in our society so I Applaud￼this movie showing you their Approach￼done beautifully￼. ￼"
"Honest. Human. Beautiful. Touching. Helpful. Thank you, Jonah Hill. Thank you, Dr. Stutz."
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