Katy Perry: Cry for Help or Publicity Stunt? Shrink Tank Podcast Answers!
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Ep. 86 Katy Perry: A Cry for Help or Publicity Stunt?

Ep. 86 Katy Perry: A Cry for Help or Publicity Stunt?

Were Katy Perry’s live stream therapy sessions an act of championing for mental health awareness or a publicity stunt?

Does the prescription drug, Celexa, deserve the negative press in the court case of the teenager who encouraged her boyfriend to complete suicide?

This week’s episode discusses these very questions and more on the Shrink Tank Podcast. With Katy Perry’s new album, Witness, recently launching, her mental health is a huge topic of debate online as well as here in the Tank. Join our Shrink Tank podcast contributors Dave Verhaagen, Frank Gaskill, Emma Kate Wright and Jonathan Hetterly as they discuss the pop star’s recent media attention, prescription drugs in the courtroom and how to be Greg Olsen for a day.

Session with the Shrinks too short? Check out our last episode here.

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