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Mental illness Myths


Helpful Links
Website of Bodhichita, a leading authority on the Tibetan Book of the Dead
website of Psychiatrist Peter R. Breggin who has been called the "Conscience of Psychiatry." He is a fierce and knowledgeable opponent of psychiatric drugs and electro-convulsive therapy (ECT).
Mary Ellen Copeland, PhD is a survivor of mental illness. She has created a program called Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP)
An Institute in Holland that promotes meditation and healthy living. It is run by Veeresh, an ex-drug addict from New York City who has become a well-respected and effective teacher, therapist and group leader.
Dr. Richard Schulze is a very controversial natural healer and a fierce opponent of  the American medical establishment. He advocates natural foods, juicing and a wild assortment of powerful cleansing techniques designed to rid the human body of every kind of illness, including cancer and AIDS.
Now deceased, Mary Barnes was the subject of a book entitled "Two Accounts of a Journey Through Madness." She was a hopeless Schizophrenic who was treated by radical psychiatrist R.D. Laing. Regressed back to infancy she then re-emerged as a rather eccentric artist who lived a long, happy, productive life.
Robert Whitaker, author of the book "Mad in America" uses his website as an opportunity for others to post articles dealing with the sorry state of "help" for the mentally ill.

Website of Gould Farm located in the Berkshires of Massachusetts. It is a working farm that treats people with mental illnesses in a healthy, organic, loving environment and assists the residents in their quest to re-enter society.
Website of John Robbins, the inheritor of the Baskin/Robbins fortune who recognized the damage done to people, animals and the environment by dependence on the meat and dairy industries, went his own way and has been a leading exponent of healthy living ever since. He is the author of the book "Diet For A New America."
Website of Loren Mosher, founder of Soteria House, a treatment facility for the mentally ill which rejected the use of psychotropic medications and provided alternative treatments.
This is the website of Mary Maddock, a writer and activist who is taking on the psychophrmaceutical establishment in Ireland.


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