Mad in America Radio hosts audio podcasts that offer an alternative perspective on mental health and psychiatry. Listen to engaging and enlightening discussions with experts and those with lived experience too. To give us feedback or get in touch, please email us.

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Mad in America: Rethinking Mental Health

Mad in America: Science News

MIA Global Podcasts

Mad in Finland: Luomupsykiatriaa – Aku ja Ben

Mad in Sweden: GALET

Mad in Ireland: Fields of Healing

Mad in Norway: Birgit Inviterer

Affiliated Podcasts

Madness Radio

Break Down. Wake Up.

Let’s Talk Withdrawal

Recommended Podcasts

Broken Medical Science – In our podcast series, we will interview top researchers, science journalists, consumer advocates and others who will tell us how we can do better and how we may improve our chances of living a long and happy life. The host is Professor Peter C Gøtzsche who has published over 100 articles in the world’s five most prestigious medical journals: BMJ, Lancet, JAMA, Annals of Internal Medicine, and New England Journal of Medicine. Our audience is everyone with an interest in healthcare.

Unshadowed Thought – created to bring to the table, conversations that really matter.  The podcast will discuss medical harms and how we handle them individually and as a community.

Intuitive Public Radio – is a multimedia art & advocacy project to promote public health, grow safe communities, and inspire Intuitive listening.

Akathisia Stories – a co-production of MISSD and Studio C Chicago, is a podcast series that features interviews and news concerning the adverse drug reaction akathisia and medication-induced suicide.

No Feeling Is Final with Honor Eastly – a show for anyone who’s ever wondered if life is worth living. And for anyone trying to better understand their friend, partner, or kid who’s wrestled with these feelings themselves.

The Radical Therapist podcast hosted by Dr Chris Hoff is an exploration of the intersections of collaborative therapy, psychology, philosophy, art, science and technology.

The Trauma Therapist podcast, hosted by Dr Guy Macpherson. Inspiring interviews with thought leaders in the field of trauma.

Dr. Peter Breggin hour – Psychiatrist Peter R. Breggin MD believes you can make a marvellous life. Great guests, callers and conversations to inspire you.

Self Help Sat Nav with Jim Lucas. Each month, Jim and a host of interviewees discuss relationships, mental health, work, parenting, well-being and much more.