I would like to correct a possible misstatement I made (as Adele Framer) in this interview. I am sure I *contacted* 50 psychiatrists or more in pursuit of treatment for my paroxetine withdrawal syndrome, over at least 4 years. I *visited* perhaps a dozen. None but one (Richard Shelton, author of several articles about antidepressant withdrawal, then at Vanderbilt University in Tennessee, whom I e-mailed) acknowledged that I might be suffering protracted withdrawal syndrome and none could help me. From my personal experience and informal polling of the psychiatric profession, I concluded that ignorance about withdrawal syndrome ran wide and deep. I also see this reported every day on my Web site, SurvivingAntidepressants.org. I’m pretty sure my impressions are accurate. Thank you to Amy for an excellent discussion and article. PS I have also obtained more accurate statistics about visitors to my Web site, SurvivingAntidepressants.org: It receives upwards of 500,000 page views per month.