#shorts #pseudoscientific mental health “therapies #pseudoscience #new book #SteaWe all know that social media is a breeding ground for misinformation and pseudoscience, but how dangerous is it really? According to a new book by two psychologists, the spread of pseudoscientific mental health therapies represents a real problem that needs to be addressed. The internet is awash with various mental health apps, mood boosting supplements, energy therapies, and every variety of nostrum, tincture, and remedy that claim to improve mind, body, and spirit. While some of these may seem harmless, there are others that are more worrying, according to psychologists Jonathan Stea and Stephen Hupp in their new book Investigating Clinical Psychology . This is the age of health misinformation, they write.