Recent Thinking on Mental Health Innovation

Eric Maisel has just published a Kindle-only book, Hearing Critical Voices: An Eric Maisel Solutions Introduction to 60 Mental Health Innovators, Thought Leaders and Survivors.   Jim Gottenstein (see post below) contributed a chapter.  There is a lot of very good thinking in it and it is only $5.  It is free to Amazon Unlimited members.  5 star reviews will be very helpful if you get it and think it deserves that rating.

Psychiatric Drugging of Poor Children

Jim Gottenstein recently spoke about this matter:

“October 9th talk at the International Society for Ethical Psychology & Psychiatry (ISEPP) conference, Litigating to Address the Psychiatric Drugging of Poor Children.  I apologize that the sound isn’t as good as it should be.  I had been having problems with my remote microphone and decided to see how it would work with the camera’s internal microphone.  I believe it is (barely) good enough, but I don’t think I will do that again.  You can find the PowerPoint at

http://psychrights.org/education/ISEPP2016/161009LitigatingForChildren.pdf

Jim is a leader in the Law Project for Psychiatric Rights.

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