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De-Medicalizing Misery
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De-Medicalizing Misery

Psychiatry, Psychology and the Human Condition
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ISBN-13:
9780230307919
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum:
12.10.2011
Seiten:
305
Gewicht:
408 g
Format:
141x217x19 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

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Notes on Contributors Preface; R.Dallos Carving Nature at its Joints? DSM and the Medicalization of Everyday Life; M.Rapley, J.Moncrieff & J.Dillon Dualisms and the Myth of Mental Illness; P.Thomas & P.Bracken Making the World Go Away, and How Psychology and Psychiatry Benefit; M.Boyle Cultural Diversity and Racism: An Historical Perspective; S.Fernando The Social Context of Paranoia; D.J.Harper From 'Bad Character' to BPD: The Medicalization of 'Personality Disorder'; J.Bourne Medicalizing Masculinity; S.Timimi Can Traumatic Events Traumatise People? Trauma, Madness and 'Psychosis'; L.Johnstone Children Who Witness Violence at Home; A.Vetere Discourses of Acceptance and Resistance: Speaking Out About Psychiatry; E.Speed The Personal Is the Political; J.Dillon 'I'm Just, You Know, Joe Bloggs': The Management of Parental Responsibility for First-Episode Psychosis; C.Coulter & M.Rapley The Myth of the Antidepressant: An Historical Analysis; J.Moncrieff Antidepressants and the Placebo Response; I.Kirsch Why Were Doctors so Slow to Recognise Antidepressant Discontinuation Problems?; D.Double Toxic Psychology; C.Newnes Psychotherapy: Illusion With No Future?; D.Smail The Psychologization of Torture; N.Patel What Is To Be Done?; J.Moncrieff, J.Dillon & M.Rapley Figure: Papers Using Term 'Antidepressant' On Medline 1957-1965 Index
Psychiatry and psychology have constructed a mental health system that does no justice to the problems it claims to understand and creates multiple problems for its users. Yet the myth of biologically-based mental illness defines our present. The book rethinks madness and distress reclaiming them as human, not medical, experiences.