Author Archive: Editorial
Running Therapy For Depression as Effective as Antidepressants Without the Health Risks
Why Good People Do Bad Things, and the Search for the Holy Grail of Psychotherapy with Dr. Jonathan Shedler
‘The medical model has presided over four decades of flat-lining outcomes’
‘This feels more like spin-the-bottle than science’: my mission to find a proper diagnosis – and treatment – for my son’s psychosis
Is Psychiatry Working?
Can The Psychopathologized Speak?
This post from Dr. Awais Aftab has been published on his blog-site Psychiatry at the Margins. It begins: “The latest issue of the journal Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology contains my commentary, ‘Can The Psychopathologized Speak?: Notes on Social Objectivity and Psychiatric Science.’…
How a depression test devised by a Zoloft marketer became a crutch for a failing mental health system
Paddy and Christine McGuinness: Our Family and Autism
The description of this TV programme (from the BBC) says: “Paddy McGuinness and his wife Christine have three children: eight-year-old twins Leo and Penelope, and five-year-old Felicity. All three have been diagnosed with autism. This raw and intimate documentary follows Paddy and…