What is MindFreedom Oregon?

A brief description of MindFreedom Oregon MindFreedom Oregon MindFreedom Oregon wins campaigns for human rights, empowerment, alternatives and self-determination in Oregon’s mental health system “in a spirit of mutual cooperation.” Founded in 1986, the majority of MF Oregon members identify themselves as mental health consumers and psychiatric survivors — that is, people who have experienced…

Psychiatric Survivors

Info Psychiatric Survivors Psychiatric Survivors Spotlighted in Radical Psychology Journal The publication Radical Psychology announces a special issue of, by and for the voice of psychiatric survivors. Document Actions Print this

John McCarthy and friends. Listen & Call In Live: Upcoming MindFreedom Radio Guests

Info Listen free Wednesdays 4 pm EST or via archives at prncomm.net. Upcoming guests: Author, psychiatric survivor, and United Nations representative John McCarthy of Cork Ireland. Whistleblower Jim Gottstein of Alaska updates us on Eli Lilly controversy. Author Jay Joseph exposes the “gene myth” of psychiatry. Journalist Bob Whitaker, author of Mad in America, takes…

Ben Hansen next guest on MindFreedom Radio. Listen & call in live!

Info Listen free to live MindFreedom radio on Wednesdays 4 pm EST or later via archives at prncomm.net. Upcoming guests: Activist and psychiatric survivor Ben Hansen. Author Jay Joseph exposes the “gene myth” of psychiatry. Journalist Bob Whitaker, author of Mad in America, takes on history and current practice of psychiatry. Ben Hansen, psychiatric survivor…

Jay Joseph debunks “mental health genetics” on next MindFreedom Radio. Listen & call in live!

Info Listen free to live MindFreedom radio on Wednesdays 4 pm EST or later via archives at prncomm.net. Upcoming guests: Author Jay Joseph exposes the “gene myth” of psychiatry. Journalist Bob Whitaker, author of Mad in America, takes on history and current practice of psychiatry. Psychologist Jay Joseph debunks “the mental health gene.” Jay is…

Next MFI Radio: Neil Gong on “Madness, College & Asian Americans: Create community in the wake of the Virginia Tech tragedy.”

Info Neil Gong has important insights on what our society can learn from the Virginia Tech tragedy. Neil is a community organizer on college campuses supporting students who are diagnosed with psychiatric disabilities. Neil’s studies include how mental health issues impact Asian American communities. You may listen and phone in to this Internet radio show…