Gallery view

1979

Weitz, Don

The History of shock treatment

Toronto (Ont.) - Favorable review of Leonard Roy Frank's The History of Shock Treatment written by a victim of insulin shock treatment.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1982 Apr. 14

Storr, Anthony

Suffering turned to insight Psychiatrist of America: the life of Henry Stack Sullivan by Helen Swick Perry

New York (N.Y.) - Review of a biography on the life and legacy of Harry Stack Sullivan, a nontraditional psychiatrist who was at one point hospitalized for schizophrenia and believed that the illness was more of a personality disorder than a psychotic one. Describing Sullivan as "one of those inspirational figures who made creative use of his own psychopathology."

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1979 Apr.

National Center on Institutions and Alternatives (U.S.)

Cuckoo's nest revisited

Washington (D.C.) - Favorable review of Leonard Roy Frank's The History of Shock Treatment.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1979 Mar. 25

Sedgwick, Peter, 1934-1983

Seizures of power

Manchester (England) - Sympathetic albeit lightly critical review of Leonard Roy Frank's The History of Shock Treatment. Suggesting that the authors shy away from issues of financing and under-staffing. Asserting that the critique of ECT ought to go beyond the individualist slant and instead demand socialized healthcare.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1979

Rice, Marilyn

The History of shock treatment

Berkeley (Calif.) - Review of Leonard Roy Frank's The History of Shock Treatment written by a victim of ECT. Praising the authors' decision not to add editorial comment to passages.

Judi Chamberlin Papers