Articles

April 24th, 2011

Most Recent Articles

Antidepressants come under more fire! (June 2015)

Early psychosis – 85% success rate, mostly without antipsychotic medications! (May 2014)

Psychiatry has been in the media 640 times in the last 2 weeks in Denmark!  (January 2014)

Hearing Voices?  Or know someone who is?  (August 2013)

Book Review –  The Empreor’s New Drugs: Exploding the Antidepressant Myth  (October 2012)

Will we see the end of antidepressants?  (February 2012)

A Series of Articles based around Constructivism and its importance to the practice of Mental Health Services  [January 2012]

Essay No 1. Series of Essays on ‘Constructivism.’

Essay No 2. Why It’s Important For All Mental Health Workers To Understand “Constructivism.”

Essay No 3. “Talking Therapy” Alternatives for Psychotic Disorders

Essay No 4. Interesting Examples Of Treating Psychological Disorders

Essay No 5. Efficacy of Psychiatric Medications

Essay No 6.  More on “Constructivism.”

Essay No 7. Is There Harm From The Psychiatric Paradigm Of Mental Illness?

Essay No 8.   Regarding Psychiatric Medications

Essay No 9.  Can you Tell Who Has A Mental Illness?

Essay 10.  Summary & Conclusion to Essays on Constructivism.

Original Series of Essays critiquing Psychiatry, and promoting Optimism in Mental Health Services.

(The first three essays in this group build on each other, and form a foundation for the others.)

1. About Hope in Psychiatry – Not Labels and Limitations

2. “There’s an Underlying Biological Illness.”

3. “The Genetic Limp”- Confusing Genetics and Modelling in Mental Health Problems

4. Therapeutic Impotence – When All Else Fails

5. Pressure is a Therapeutic Necessity

6. Excerpt from “The Psychobiology of Mind-Body Healing.”

7. Some Thoughts on Psychiatric Medication

8. More Thoughts on Psychiatric Medication

9. Treatment For Depression – Excerpts from an article by John H Grohol

10. Change Can Happen Easily

11. A Letter Particularly to Social Workers

12. A Letter Particularly to Psychologists

13. A Case Study – Schizo-Affective Disorder

 




 


 

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