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Can Psychosis be Treated With Nutrition? | Mad In America

Can Psychosis be Treated With Nutrition? - Mad In America

Fifteen years ago this month we were sitting together in the basement of Peter’s house. We had felt a sense of despair at the widespread misinformation and atrocious stereotypes that were dominating media coverage of mental health at the time. We felt that our profession had a responsibility to challenge these stereotypes, and that as psychologists we had something unique to contribute. That was the time when research into the psychology of psychosis was beginning to burgeon, and many of our…

A National Scandal: Psychological Therapies for Psychosis are Helpful, But Unavailable - Mad In America

Rethinking Mental Health, Part 1: From Positivism to a Holistic/Organismic Paradigm

Rethinking Mental Health, Part From Positivism to a Holistic/Organismic Paradigm - Mad In America

Born to Psychosis: Mental Health - An Overdiagnosed & Overmedicated Crime

Peter Gøtzsche, MD Deadly Medicines and Organised Crime: How Big Pharma Has Corrupted Health Care

I Am A Witness… Fifty Years Later - Mad In America

As the 60 Minutes episode featuring E. Fuller Torrey comes to air, I feel moved to ask: when will the lies that robbed me of my late teenage.

A review of the medical literature by Columbia University epidemiologists finds no evidence that antipsychotics provide a long-term benefit

Are We Going Mad in America? The Astonishing Rise of Mental Illness in America with Robert Whitaker October 10 on the VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel.

American Association of Suicidology

Here, you'll find guidelines for creating a support group for attempt survivors or those with suicidal thinking, based on information from several groups in the U.

February 26, I left behind locked, steel doors, inmates, languishing, wandering through cinder block rooms and long hallways.  The core of their humanity being drug drenched, blunted into the vapor of ghosts.  This last visit I was not heavily drugged.  They were no longer ghosts.  I saw their humanity.  Some became my friends.  I had walked out of those doors six times before.  This time I would treasure, not trash everything that reminded me of this experience: the sponge rubber crafts I…

More Than Surviving: Speaking up About 'Life' in the American 'Mental Health' Gulags - Mad In America

Independence From the Therapeutic State

Independence From the Therapeutic State - Mad In America

Navigating the Space Between Brilliance and Madness: A Counter-Narrative of Psychic Diversity

Making Sense of Being Crazy in a Crazy World: A Community Poll - Mad In America