1978 Feb. 6
New York (N.Y.) - On the practice of physical punishment of children in schools. Tracing legal decisions on the subject. An interview with a social psychologist implies that there is a danger that mentally ill teachers or children are at risk of being involved in an instance of corporal punishment which would be especially egregious.
1987 Jan. 15
London (England) - Journal article on Knútsson's experience working as an occupational therapist at the psychiatric hospital in Iceland and her resulting disillusionment which gave way to her establishing Geðhjálp, a patient controlled alternative mental health drop-in center.
Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) - Describing Livingston's experience at an APA conference. Crticizing the current model of psychiatry and making suggestions for its improvement. Endorsing the view of a Dr. Seymour Sarason who posits that "psychology is in a crisis." Encouraging members of the patients' liberation movement to consider involving professionals in their efforts to reform mental health services. Quoting Judi Chamberlin's b... more
1983 July 27
Ramsey, T. Alan
Concerning Guardian articles written by Lenny Lapon, Richard Morrock and Steve Holochuck regarding "mental illness". Holochuck's theory is that the concept of mental illness should be reframed by Marxists and the group should instead be considered "intensely alienated."