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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Writer Bruce Stutz tells the story of how he decided he was ready to unmedicate himself, and his experience of discontinuing pychiatric medications. Stutz didn’t just stop – he researched how the meds he was taking were supposed to work, and what changes … Continue reading
Photos from last week’s theatrical tour of the historic patient-built walls that surround Queen West’s CAMH building. Article and photos in The Grid . Article by: Monika Warzecha. As part of last week’s Mad Pride celebration, the Friendly Spike Theatre … Continue reading
What is the PPAO? Psychiatric Patients’ Advocacy Office A 28 Year History of Mental Health Advocacy and Rights Protection. Established in 1983, the Psychiatric Patient Advocate Office (PPAO) works to protect and promote the rights and entitlements of Ontarians with mental … Continue reading
The Illusions of Psychiatry Article by Marcia Angell in New York Review of Books Second part of an article on three books examining modern psychiaty’s reliance on unproven science, unscientific diagnoses and unproven medications to treat the increasingly large portion of the human condition that it … Continue reading
What is Mad Pride? Mad Pride events take place around the world in growing celebration of our individual and collective power to live through mental challenges and to campaign for more humane approaches and equality of rights for those labelled by … Continue reading
Is the time up for the notion that mental “illness” can be categorised and fixed with drugs? A wry reflective artivle about Elliot Spritzer, whose brainchild it was to collate a handy guide to diagnosis- to make it easier, more … Continue reading