341 results found for: subject:"Antipsychiatry"

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1991

This brain has a mouth the national magazine of people with brains vol. 2 no. 1 May/June

Rochester (N.Y.) - Special professional issue that includes articles from professionals about rehabilitation centers and working with brain injured individuals. Also contains personal stories, advice, and resources for survivors and families of survivors of brain injuries.

Lucy Gwin Papers

1991

This brain has a mouth the national magazine of people with brains vol. 2 no. 2 July/August

Rochester (N.Y.) - Special issue focusing on identity issues within the community such as activists, political mothers, and those struggling to reconnect with their identity post-brain injury. Also contains personal stories and resources for survivors and families of survivors of brain injuries.

Lucy Gwin Papers

1991

This brain has a mouth the national magazine of people with brains vol. 1 no. 6 March/April

Rochester (N.Y.) - Contains articles featuring personal stories, resources, rehabilitation, and advice for survivors and families of survivors of brain injuries.

Lucy Gwin Papers

1991

This brain has a mouth the national magazine of people with brains vol. 1 no. 5 January/February

Rochester (N.Y.) - Special issue that contains articles dealing with the anger survivors feel towards professionals and how to channel that anger into writing letters to political representatives, professional organizations, and others. Also contains personal stories and advice for survivors and families of survivors of brain injuries.

Lucy Gwin Papers

1982

Mental Patients' Rights Association (MPRA)

Overview of m.p.r.a.

Lake Worth (Fla.) - Informational packet for MPRA, described as a 'mental patient' membered and controlled political collective and support network, operating an office drop-in center and client-run house. Including establishing ethos such as the concept of "mentalism," defined as the stigmatizing of perceived deviant behavior used to justify the mental health system and oppress those diagnosed as mentally ill. Future pl... more

Cynthia Miller Papers

1976

Kasinsky, Joyce

Why am I in Project Release?

New York (N.Y.) - On Kasinky's experience of psychiatric aftercare facilities and her reasoning for why Project Release, a member run organization focused on mutual aid, is a welcome departure from the standard aftercare.

Cynthia Miller Papers

1985

Miller, Cynthia

Letter from Cynthia 'Kalisa' Miller to Elie Wiesel

New York (N.Y.) - Draft of letter in response to radio interview with Mr. Wiesel respectfully accusing him both of sexism and disrespect of the mentally ill with regard to his use of the term 'madness' as a metaphor to describe the horrors of the Holocaust. Miller seems to aquiesce that Wiesel has a right to speak of madness but that the "doctors" do not. Alleging that "the Holocaust continues in many forms," namely br... more

Cynthia Miller Papers

1977

Madness network news vol. 4 no. 3 Summer

San Francisco (Calif.) - A magazine with articles by, for, and about mental patients, including resources for ex-mental patients and current patients, and personal stories. A special women's issue which features excerpts from an interview and articles written by women who had been in mental hospitals, and an article on misogyny in the spiritual movement because, according to the editors' note, many women are put into mental h... more

Cynthia Miller Papers

1976 Oct.

Madness network news vol. 4 no. 1

San Francisco (Calif.) - A magazine with articles by, for, and about mental patients, including resources for ex-mental patients and current patients, and personal stories. A list of the demands made by participants in the North American Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression is included, along with some personal feelings on the conference from a couple of different people who attended. An article talks about a... more

Cynthia Miller Papers

1979

Madness network news vol. 5 no. 3 Winter

San Francisco (Calif.) - A magazine with articles by, for, and about mental patients, including resources for ex-mental patients and current patients, and personal stories. One article goes into detail on the approval of psychosurgery policies, which go against the recommendations of the National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research, but also the criticism of several proposals ... more

Cynthia Miller Papers