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My schizophrenic psych ward guardian angel

On Wednesday, September 5, 1990, I was forced into the locked unit of a psychiatric hospital in Miami even though I was not, and had never been, a danger to myself or others. 1,277 more words

Anxiety

Mad in America: Do Psychiatrists Harm their Patients out of Stupidity?

Hi All,

Here’s my new provocative article about why I think some psychiatrists unwittingly harm their patients, based on working alongside psychiatrists every day for 28 years!

Best wishes,

Michael

Anti-psychotics, damn lies and statistics

Today, I was asked to clarify some information surrounding an earlier post about Carrie Fisher and the role that anti-psychotic medications may or may not have played in her death from a heart attack.  1,010 more words

Biological

Mad In America: Wendy Dolin Takes on GlaxoSmithKline And Wins — For Now at Lea

Wendy Dolin Takes on GlaxoSmithKline And Wins — For Now at Least

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Jim Gottstein, JD

May 2, 2017

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In July of 2010, Stewart Dolin, a partner at the mega law firm Reed Smith, jumped in front of a subway train in Chicago, killing himself. 1,257 more words

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Further Reflections on the Misguided Concept of Recovery

By Marvin Ross

Last year, I wrote about what I called the unintended consequences of focusing on recovery in schizophrenia. I’ve also published an e-report called… 847 more words

Mad In America

Dr Terry Lynch: Psychiatry: Between a Rock and a Hard Place

https://www.madinamerica.com/2016/10/psychiatry-rock-hard-place/

Psychiatry: Between a Rock and a Hard Place

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Terry Lynch, MD

October 30, 2016

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Contrary to their claims of doing so continually, psychiatrists do not treat known organic illnesses. 1,476 more words

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