Essays on the Myth of Mental Illness

Essays on the Myth of Mental Illness

8/18/2015

 

The Zombie Theory: Thorazine to the Rescue (Part 3) - Randy Cima, Ph.D.

 

A License to Kill - Gail Tasch, M.D.

 

Schizophrenia: A Nonexistent Disease - Wayne Ramsay, J.D.

 

The Myth of Biological Depression - Wayne Ramsay, J.D.

 

Saving Psychotherapy - Eric Maisel, Ph.D.

 

Why I've (Almost) Given Up - Phillip Sinaikin, M.D.

 

The Value of Depression - Al Galves, Ph.D.

 

Does Mental Illness Exist? - Wayne Ramsay, J.D.

 

The Zombie Theory: The Era of Medical Experimentalism (Part 2) - Randy Cima, Ph.D.

 

Historical and Cultural Forces Behind the Bio-Psychiatric Juggernaut - Al Galves, Ph.D.

 

The Zombie Theory: Why Modern Day Psychiatry Should Be Ridiculed and Discarded (Part 1) - Randy Cima, Ph.D.

 

Students Claiming Mental Disabilities Should Not Be Granted Extra Time On Exams - Bruce Pardy, Professor of Law

 

The Problem With Believing That Mental Illnesses Are Physiological Disorders - Al Galves, Ph.D.

 

Mind Doctors?  - Chuck Ruby, Ph.D.

 

White Paper: Brain Scan Research - Noel Hunter, Psy.D. & William Schultz, M.A., Doctoral Student.

 

White Paper: Efficacy of Psychiatric Drugs - Jacqueline Sparks, Ph.D.

 

White Paper: Psychiatric Drugs and Violence - Chuck Ruby, Ph.D.

 

What is Mental Illness? - Al Galves, Ph.D.

 

Four False Pillars of Biopsychiatry - Ty Colbert, Ph.D.

 

History of Biopsychiatry Treatments - Ty Colbert, Ph.D.

 

The “Mental Illness” Paradigm: Itself An “Illness” That Is Out Of Control - Paris Williams, Ph.D.

 

All Symptoms Are Meaningful - Al Galves, Ph.D.

 

Lies That My Medical School Professors Taught Me - Gary G. Kohls, M.D.