In the News

3/11/2017    Administrator    In the News 0 Comments
ISEPP's Executive Director, Chuck Ruby, Ph.D., was interviewed recently on WLJA radio's "Bedlam in America", hosted by Katherine Hine. Dr. Ruby discussed a variety of issues, including ISEPP's Open Letter to national professional organizations addressing the ethical problems with the DSM, psychologists' involvement in national security interrogations, and the limitations of psychological expertise, especially when it comes to dealing with violence in our society.

ISEPP In Action

3/14/2017    Administrator    ISEPP In Action 0 Comments
ISEPP member, Steve Spiegel (uat@naturalpsychology.org), is an independent natural scientist and theoretical neuroscientist. His experiences with mental distress initiated an investigation into natural human suffering and the pseudoscience of the medical model of mental distress. Steve is currently producing video lectures and launching a free therapy program that unifies alternatives to drug therapy into a single, comprehensive program. Steve was interviewed by ISEPP's Michele Paiva about his experiences. The content of that interview follows.
I grew up near Portland, Oregon, and now live nearby, in the Pacific Northwest. I embraced natural science at an early age from my enjoyment of natural environments and my father’s advocacy. I was fortunate to live with atypically positive experiences of emotional well-being through my youth until I experienced trauma during early adulthood....

 

20th Annual Conference of the International Society for Ethical Psychology and Psychiatry

Denver, Colorado
October 6-8, 2017

Mental Health: Considering Context in Human Suffering


The Warfighter Advance

kicks off!

ISEPP is sponsoring the Warfighter Advance, a unique and humane program for helping veterans and military deal with traumatic experiences without resorting to the medical model. One of our Board members, Mary Neal Vieten, Ph.D., is the Executive Director of The Advance. ISEPP is given a 90-minute spot during each retreat to explain the smoke and mirrors of the mental illness industry. Please take a look at the wonderful work they're doing.


A Video by Steve Spiegel:
Advocating for a Social Welfare Model of Distress

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