Regarding “rethinking psychiatry”, I do not believe it necessary to create a completely new narrative, as it already exist another narrative. However, this narrative is not well established in the Anglo-American world. It is the narrative of education and educational science. In the Anglo-American world, education is conceived in relation to schools and teaching and educational research is seen as the study of this conception by other disciplines; including psychiatry if necessary, wherease education in the continental world is an independent scientific discipline with different branches and a much broader field of view than schooling and teaching. As such, it serves as an alternative narrative to the discipline of psychiatry, seeing the same audience and problems from educational perspectives with educational solutions – including educational perspectives that is built upon an ethics of mutual caring for each other. So in “rethinking psychiatry” and broadening the goal, considering the continental discipline of educational science in its totality as an alternative narrative, in addition to others, may be profitable.