In the News

2/22/2017    Administrator    In the News 0 Comments
by Randy Cima, Ph.D.
In a February 17th story on NBC Nightly News entitled, Brain Scans Detect Signs of Autism in High-Risk Babies Before Age 1, Brian Williams reported the results of research on predicting autism. He characterized the research as “something surprising” and he said it might lead to better treatment for children “who haven’t even shown symptoms yet.” He summed up autism as a “neurological disorder that affects the ability to communicate and socialize.” Those terms “symptoms” and “neurological disorder” gnaw at me when the subject is autism....

ISEPP In Action

  ISEPP's Roland Angle delivered a series of talks on the abuses of people subjected to the mental hospital system. See all five here:


The ISEPP Inquiry

Save the dates!

2017 Conference - Denver, CO, October 6-8

2018 Conference - Toronto, Canada, October 5-7

Highlights of the 2016 Conference - Individuals Matter: Building a Better Science for Psychology and Psychiatry

Highlights of the 2015 Conference - Understanding Trauma: Responding Beyond the Medical Model

Videos of 2014 Plenary Speakers - Transforming Mad Science and Reimagining Mental Health Care

See David Antonuccio's presentation, "SSRIs: It May be Time to Stop Calling Them Antidepressants" at the 2011 Conference in Los Angeles (click here for the videos and here Antonuccio PP slides for the Powerpoint slides)