Thanks to the author for sharing this article. I am particularly interested in this kind of mea culpa because I have enlarged ventricles I believe as a direct result of years of antipsychotic use. This is particularly upsetting to me because I have never had a provider suggest that I needed these meds for any kind of psychosis at all. Even my “manic” reaction to antidepressants has been couched in terms of hypomania – bouncy and excited but completly connected to reality. I have never been disconnected from reality, no random sexual hookups, no outrageous spending, no gambling, never thought I was invincible, I’ve never had so much energy I stayed up all night. My insomnia that was thought to be mental in nature turned out to be sleep apnea. I’m having a hard time calling this kind of prescribing anything other than malpractice. So it helps when I read doctors who are publicly admitting to being so very wrong for so long.