Saturday, May 27, 2017

WITHDRAWAL RESOURCES

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Withdrawal Stories

Me & The Meds: The Story of a Dysfunctional Relationship

Those of us who question psychiatry’s relationship with medication may be be dismissed as ‘Pill Shamers’ or branded as irresponsible and dangerous voices by those who are convinced medication is the only way of treating someone’s ‘illness’. The debate can feel like a fight between two intractably opposed sides, giving the impression that we must either be ‘for’ or ‘against’ medication. Unfortunately the information and space needed to explore our complex relationship with medication – as practitioners and people – is in short supply, making the concept of informed choice a bad joke. Over the next two years, we will bring together a book made of contributions from people who have successfully taken control of their use of medication.

Visit the Mad in America provider directory to find practitioners who can help individuals withdraw from psychiatric medications.