This is a research project led by Will Hall is surveying the experiences of people who have attempted to withdraw from antipsychotic drugs. The purpose of the research is to improve mental health services by better understanding medication withdrawal.” To participate in the survey, go here.
Will Hall is a therapist, PhD student, and former patient who has himself taken antipsychotics. Service users/survivors/ consumers from around the world also gave input. The study is sponsored by Maastricht University in the Netherlands; co-sponsors include the International Institute for Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal.
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