The Chemical Imbalance Theory of Depression:  still promoted but still unfounded | Joanna Moncrieff

The Chemical Imbalance Theory of Depression: still promoted but still unfounded

Science behind commonly used anti-depressants appears to be backwards, researchers say -- ScienceDaily

Science behind commonly used anti-depressants appears to be backwards, researchers say

Mouse embryo with big brain: Evolving a bigger brain with human DNA via sciencedaily

Day 13: Lucy Johnstone on Psychological Formulation | Psychology Today

The future of mental health interview series continues with Lucy Johnstone on critical psychiatry and psychological formulation.

Joanna Moncrieff on The Myth of the Chemical Cure | Psychology Today

Joanna Moncrieff on The Myth of the Chemical Cure

Rebekah Beddoe: "One day, I was sitting with the other mums waiting for our group therapy to start. Suddenly, my heart began to pound. I thought I was having a heart attack."

SSRIs: When anti-depressants go wrong

Rebekah Beddoe: "One day, I was sitting with the other mums waiting for our group therapy to start. Suddenly, my heart began to pound. I thought I was having a heart attack.

The Eating Disorders “Residential Treatment Industrial Complex”: Harm or Help? Part 1 of an Investigative Series |

The Eating Disorders “Residential Treatment Industrial Complex”: Harm or Help? Part 1 of an Investigative Series

‘I don’t know who I am without it’: the truth about long-term antidepressant use | Society | The Guardian

‘I don’t know who I am without it’: the truth about long-term antidepressant use

Prescriptions have doubled in a decade, but very little is known about the effect of taking SSRIs for years. Is it a lifesaver or a happiness trap?

Myth of the antipsychotic | Opinion | The Guardian

Myth of the antipsychotic

Myth of the antipsychotic | Opinion | The Guardian

Psychiatric drugs are doing us more harm than good | Peter Gøtzsche | Opinion | The Guardian

Psychiatric drugs are doing us more harm than good

The DUP must fight for a single market and open borders, says Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins

Mental health problems aren’t all in the brain | Clare Allan | Society | The Guardian

Mental health problems aren’t all in the brain

Divorcing mental ill health from its social and political context, as the BBC’s recent In the Mind Series did, implies wider issues of inequality or poverty don’t matter

Buyer Beware – Behind the Smoke-And-Mirrors: How Residential Treatment Is Being Sold as “First-Line” Treatment For Severe Eating Disorders Despite Research Backing; The Problematic Variation In State Licensing Standards and Oversight Across States; and Whether Accreditation is Really a Remedy to the Lack of Quality Control |

Buyer Beware – Behind the Smoke-And-Mirrors: How Residential Treatment Is Being Sold as “First-Line” Treatment For Severe Eating Disorders Despite Research Backing; The Problematic Variation In State Licensing Standards and Oversight Across States; and Whether Accreditation is Really a Remedy to the Lack of Quality Control |

Mental illness is a result of misery, yet still we stigmatise it | Richard Bentall | Opinion | The Guardian

Mental illness is a result of misery, yet still we stigmatise it

Patients are being shunned in the mistaken belief they have biological defects. In fact the evidence shows that most have endured traumas

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