Tag: duncan double

Founding Member Looks Back on 20 Years of the Critical Psychiatry...

Founding member of the Critical Psychiatry Network (CPN), psychiatrist Duncan B. Double, reviews the past 20 years of the Critical Psychiatry Network in an editorial published in the British Journal of Psychiatry.

Differences Within Critical Psychiatry

In this blog post for Critical Psychiatry, Duncan Double highlights three main areas of disagreement among critical psychiatrists: whether psychiatry should be seen as a medical...

Is Schizophrenia Associated with Brain Volume Changes Independently of Medication?

Duncan Double, on his Critical Psychiatry blog, published a series of posts exploring the effects of antipsychotics on brain volume and the contention that...

Critical Psychiatry: ‚ÄúStop Psychiatric Abuse‚ÄĚ

On his Critical Psychiatry blog, Duncan Double offers his response to Peter G√łtzsche‚Äôs and Peter Breggin‚Äôs latest blogs on forced treatment. ‚ÄúThey want to...

‚ÄúPsychotherapy is a Biological Treatment?‚ÄĚ

A BJPsych editorial this month argues that the target of psychotherapy, like pharmacotherapy, is diseased neural functioning. On his Critical Psychiatry blog, Duncan Double disagrees. “To suggest...

Critical Psychiatry: Importance of Interviewing

For the Critical Psychiatry blog, Duncan Double writes that psychological formulation and psychosocial assessment may provide a way forward to a ‚Äúnew psychiatry‚ÄĚ that moves on from modern concepts of mental illness as chemical imbalance or some other abnormality of the brain.