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Neutralising suffering: how the medicalisation of distress obliterates meaning and creates profit – Joanna Moncrieff

http://joannamoncrieff.com/2014/03/11/neutralising-suffering-how-the-medicalisation-of-distress-obliterates-meaning-and-creates-profit/ Important article by Joanna Moncrieff, an M.D. who writes and speaks extensively on this theme. ‘Drugs have now been starkly divided into the good and the bad: the prescribed medication which people must take however awful it makes them … Continue reading

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Antidepressants and autism: David Kupelian Must read for parents, parents to be, therapists….well, all of us really. Thanks, Brent Dean Robbins for this interesting post on Society for Humanistic Psychology, Division 32’s Facebook page. Click on the title to go … Continue reading

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