Psychiatric drug withdrawal projects around the world are vividly described by journalist Beth Greenfield on Yahoo Lifestyle. I believe it will take a patient-driven rebellion to stop the massive medicating of adults and children around the world. Greenfield describes the beginning of that groundswell as a handful of practitioners and untold numbers of victims work toward establishing a movement to help people withdraw from neurotoxic psychiatric drugs.
To learn how you or a family member can withdraw from psychiatric drugs, you can take my brand-new Consumer Course for Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal (next enrollment deadline Jan 11). This link takes you to a description of all my courses and, for your convenience, a phone number and email to get direct, personalized information about my courses and how to most easily sign up. These courses have grown from my partnership with Pam Popper’s Wellness Forum Institute for Health Studies, who will provide you the information.
For a science-based guide to psychiatric drug withdrawal, see my book Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal: A Guide for Prescribers, Therapists, Patients and Their Families. This book provides you, your family member, a therapist and/or a prescriber with the information needed for safe and effective withdrawal from psychiatric drugs.
Peter R. Breggin, MD