Dr. Mark Horowitz, MBBS PhD is a training psychiatrist and Clinical Research Fellow in Psychiatry North East London NHS Foundation Trust (NELFT) and an Honorary… Read More »The Myth of Low-Serotonin & Antidepressants
Antipsychotic use is dramatically increasing and beyond psychosis symptoms The use of antipsychotics is rapidly increasing and most of it is ‘off-label’, non-approved use. The… Read More »More and more off-label, criminal use of antipsychotics
Author and clinical psychologist Bruce Levine sits down with Open Paradigm to discuss society’s relationship to drugs, psychiatry’s increasing credibility issue, and the cultural response… Read More »Psychiatry’s credibility – Interview with Bruce Levine
BBC News. 19 October 2016. People who say their lives have been ruined by commonly prescribed antidepressants, known as SSRIs, are taking their case to… Read More »The ‘extreme’ side-effects of antidepressants
For more than 30 years, psychiatry has been complicit with pharmaceutical company marketing in forwarding the largest fraud in the history of medicine: the lie of the ‘chemical imbalance’ theory of depression.
With youth suicide rates rising from the mid 2000s and astonishing increases in psychiatric drugs being prescribed, where have things gone wrong with the handling… Read More »What’s gone wrong with Australia’s youth mental health?
Psychiatric drug prescribing for children is markedly increasing An Australian study regarding psychiatric drug prescribing for children found significant increases in all classes of psychotropic… Read More »Psychiatric drugs: Australia, what are they doing to your children?
I LOVE DOCS. According to the World Health Organization, anxiety disorders are the most prevalent mental illnesses on the globe at the moment. Is this… Read More »Why Big Pharma Re-Defined Mental Illness – The Age Of Anxiety – Health Documentary
In his talk, Peter will discuss the various ways in which psychiatry may be harming rather than helping its patients, citing evidence from his latest… Read More »Peter Gøtzsche – Overdiagnosed & Overmedicated