Unfortunately, the problems that sometimes occur when people try to stop an SSRI antidepressant are still severe and long-lasting.
Surveillance exacerbates anxiety, destroys trust in relationships, and diverts money away from effective treatment.
Although the trial showed that you are more likely to relapse if you stop or significantly reduce your antipsychotic medication, it did not show that relapse is inevitable.
Psychiatric survivors and allies mourn ECT activist and author Linda Andre and vow to continue her legacy.
The report is intended to be used to advocate for the elimination of unwanted psychiatric interventions and to promote humane, effective, voluntary approaches.