Her kommer det flere filmer som viser mentale lidelser og psykoterapi på en realistisk måte.

1. Ordinary People (PTSD, Depression)
My absolute favorite movie of all time because it portrays the human experience of loss so well and it also features psychotherapy in a realistic way. Robert Redford's directorial debut. Mary Tyler Moore, Donald Sutherland, Judd Hirsch and Timothy Hutton wow in their performances.

2.
A Beautiful Mind (Schizophrenia)
The true story of Nobel Prize Winner John Nash is told in this award winning film. Russell Crowe and Jennifer Connelly star. Directed by Ron Howard.

3.
The Soloist (Schizophrenia)
This is the true story of Nathaniel Anthony Ayers, a former Julliard Student, who falls into the depths of schizophrenia. When reporter, Steve Lopez, befriends him, both of their worlds change. The ethical issues of treatment of mental illness are realistically portrayed. Robert Downey Jr. and Jamie Foxx offer great performances.

4.
Canvas (Schizophrenia)
A young boy moves through the his mother's psychotic episode with the help of his father and friends. Joe Pantoliano, Marcia Gay Harden and Devon Gearhart are inspiring to watch.

5.
Bird (Substance Abuse/Eating Disorder)
The true story of Charlie "Bird" Parker, Jazz legend, and his struggles with mental illness. Directed by Clint Eastwood and starring Forest Whitaker. Fantastic soundtrack.

6.
Rain Man (Autism)
Dustin Hoffman delivers an award winning performance as a man with Autism and Tom Cruise as the brother who doesn't understand him.

7.
Fearless (PTSD)
Jeff Bridges is unforgettable in his performance as a survivor of a plane crash as is Rosie Perez in this emotional tale of trauma, loss and recovery.

8.
Lars And The Real Girl (Social Anxiety Disorder)
This film knocked me out with its poignant storytelling of a young man living in a rural Minnesota community. Ryan Gosling and Emily Mortimer star.

9.
A Lion In Winter (Personality Disorders, Family Dysfunction)

Various personality disorders as well as maladaptive defense mechanisms often seen in family dysfunction are presented in vivid language and breathtaking performances. Peter O'Toole, Katherine Hepburn and a young Anthony Hopkins dazzle in this award winning film. It's an oldie, but a goodie - and based on the life of King Henry II.

10. The Night Listener (Factitious Disorder)

Robin Williams and Toni Collette tell this true-based story from the experiences of author Armistead Maupin, and his connection to a mysterious young boy.

11. A Dangerous Method  (A Dangerous method)

Om pasienten Sabina Spielrein som K.G. Jung forelsket seg i( Zürich, Burghölzli)

Etter boken "A Most Dangerous Method" av John Kerr, skuespill "The Talking Cure" av Christopher Hampton 
Karsten Alnaes: Sabina (2007)
Renate Höfer: Die Psychoanalytikerin Sabina Spielrein (2000)
André Karger (Hg.): Ich hieß Sabina Spielrein.Von einer, die auszog, Heilung zu suchen (2006)
John Kerr: Eine höchst gefährliche Methode. Freud, Jung und Sabina Spielrein (1994)
Wolfgang Martynkewicz: Sabina Spielrein und Carl Gustav Jung.
Eine Fallgeschichte (1999)
Bernhard Minder: Sabina Spielrein. Jungs Patientin am Burghölzli. Luzifer-Amor 7, Heft 14, 1994, S. 55 - 127
Bärbel Reetz: Die russische Patientin (2006)
Sabine Richebächer: Sabina Spielrein. "Eine fast grausame Liebe zur Wissenschaft" (2005)
Sabina Spielrein: Tagebuch einer heimlichen Symmetrie. Die Frau zwischen Jung und Freud. Hg.: Traute Hensch (2003)
Sabina Spielrein: Ausgewählte Schriften. Hg.: Günter Bose und Erich Brinkmann (1986)
Sabina Spielrein: Sämtliche Schriften (2003)
Elisabeth Mártons dokumentarfilm "Ich hieß Sabina Spielrein".
Originaltitel: Jeg hed Sabina Spielrein / Ich hieß Sabina Spielrein – Regie: Elisabeth Márton – Drehbuch: Yolande Knobel, Signe Mähler, Elisabeth Márton, Kristina Hjertén von Gedda – Kamera: Robert Nordström (fiktive Szenen); Jan Eriksson-Tillberg, Mischa Gavrjusjov, Gunnar Källström, Andréas Lennartsson (dokumentarische Szenen) – Schnitt: Björn Engström, Yolande Knobel – Musik: Vladimir Dikanski – Sprecher: Eva Österberg, Lasse Almebäck – 2002; 90 Minuten


Originaltitel: A Dangerous Method – Regie: David Cronenberg – Drehbuch: Christopher Hampton, nach dem Kamera: Peter Suschitzky – Schnitt: Ronald Sanders – Musik: Howard Shore – Darsteller: Viggo Mortensen, Keira Knightley, Michael Fassbender, Vincent Cassel, Sarah Gadon, André Hennicke, Arndt Schwering-Sohnrey u.a. – 2011; 95 Minuten

12 Hysteria (I gode hender)

En sosial komedie (2011) om vellykket behandling av (seksuell) frustrerte engelske overklassekvinner på 1880 tallet.  Regi: Tanya Wexler