17 results found for: subject:"Mentally ill--Treatment--United States"

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1991

Witherspoon, Robert

Robert Witherspoon: interview with Paul Engels 61

Burlington (Vt.) - Paul Engels speaks with Robert Witherspoon about his dual diagnosis of manic depression and schizophrenia, his recovery, and work at a treatment center. Part of the show Psychiatric Survivors, a show produced entirely by people who had been in psychiatric institutions.

White Light Communications Collection

1992

Fowler, Thomas

Thomas Fowler: interview with Michael Deacon 75

Burlington (Vt.) - Thomas Fowler, a part-time employee of White Light Communications, speaks with Michael Deacon about receiving his diagnosis of paranoid schizophrenia and following experiences. Part of the show Psychiatric Survivors, a show produced entirely by people who had been in psychiatric institutions.

White Light Communications Collection

1989

Millett, Kate

Kate Millett: interview with Dayna Caron 21

Burlington (Vt.) - Kate Millett, feminist author and activist, speaks with Dayna Caron. Part of the show Psychiatric Survivors, a show produced entirely by people who had been in psychiatric institutions.

White Light Communications Collection

1992

Hamann, Karl

Karl Hamann: interview with Michael Deacon 72

Burlington (Vt.) - Karl Hamann, an employee of White Light Communications, is interviewed by Michael Deacon. Part of the show Psychiatric Survivors, a show produced entirely by people who had been in psychiatric institutions.

White Light Communications Collection

1989

Montague, Bill

Bill Montague: interview with Paul Engels 23

Burlington (Vt.) - Bill Montague, an independent advocate, speaks with Paul Engels about her experience in the mental health system.

White Light Communications Collection

1990

Hamann, Karl

Karl Hamann: interview with Meg Largey 36

Burlington (Vt.) - Meg Largey interviews Karl Hamann, an employee of White Light Communications, about his diagnosis of manic depression and spiritual awakening. Part of the show Psychiatric Survivors, a show produced entirely by people who had been in psychiatric institutions.

White Light Communications Collection

1991

Howie the Harp

Howie the Harp: going off medication 32

Burlington (Vt.) - Howie the Harp, a founder of the Oakland Independence Support Center, discusses with Paul Engels about steps toward going off medication. Part of the show Psychiatric Survivors, a show produced entirely by people who had been in psychiatric institutions.

White Light Communications Collection

1990 Feb. 14

Millett, Kate

Kate Millett: disease of the imagination the myth of mental illness 15

Burlington (Vt.) - Presentation by Kate Millett at the University of Vermont. Part of the show Psychiatric Survivors, a show produced entirely by people who had been in psychiatric institutions.

White Light Communications Collection

1991

d'Amico, Barbara

Barbara d'Amico: interview with Michael Deacon 69

Burlington (Vt.) - Barbara d'Amico is a nurse, wife, and mother who received a series of electroconvulsive therapy against her will in the 1970s. Part of the show Psychiatric Survivors, a show produced entirely by people who had been in psychiatric institutions.

White Light Communications Collection

1990

Michael Deacon reading from his memoir 40

Burlington (Vt.) - Reciting excerpts from his memoir, Of Pain and Prejudice, the Politics of Mental Health. Part of the show Psychiatric Survivors, a show produced entirely by people who had been in psychiatric institutions.

White Light Communications Collection