Tuesday, December 11, 2018

NEWSROOM

Data Challenges Superiority of Manualized Psychotherapy

New data fails to support the promotion of manualized psychotherapy as superior to non-manualized forms of psychotherapy.

MIA Survey: Ex-patients Tell of Force, Trauma and Sexual Abuse in...

In a MIA survey of people who had been patients in mental hospitals, nearly 500 respondents told of an experience that was often traumatic, and frequently characterized by a violation of their legal rights, forced treatment with drugs, and physical or sexual abuse. Only 17% said they were “satisfied” with the “quality of the psychiatric treatment” they received.

America’s Border Wars: Three Weeks in a Land of Trauma

From The Guardian: "Doctors say that recent migrants often complain of headaches, chronic pain, sleeplessness, feelings of sadness, and experience catatonic depression. Immigration attorneys...

Self-Care Won’t Save Us