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Luke Montagu, Viscount Hinchingbrooke at home in Dorset. Photographed by Dan Burn-Forti

The Council for Evidence-based Psychiatry invites you to join global leaders in the critical psychiatry movement for a one-day conference which will address an urgent public health issue: the iatrogenic harm caused by the over-prescription of psychiatric medications.

London 18 Sep: "More Harm than Good: Confronting the Psychiatric Medication Epidemic" -

Rachel’s recovery from psychiatric labelling and unnecessary treatment

VIDEO: Rachel’s recovery from psychiatric labelling and unnecessary treatment

CEP is therefore pleased to announce that Kings College London has agreed to host a Maudsley Debate starting at 17.30 on 13 May 2015 entitled: ‘This house believes that the long-term use of psychiatric medications is causing more harm than good’.

CEP is therefore pleased to announce that Kings College London has agreed to host a Maudsley Debate starting at on 13 May 2015 entitled: ‘This house believes that the long-term use of psychiatric medications is causing more harm than good’.

Peter Gøtzsche responds to BMJ article challenging CEP's overprescribing figures -

Peter Gøtzsche, MD Deadly Medicines and Organised Crime: How Big Pharma Has Corrupted Health Care

Parents, teachers and pressure groups - not doctors - to blame for huge rise in antidepressant and stimulant prescriptions, claims new president of Royal College of Psychiatrists -

Parents, teachers and pressure groups - not doctors - to blame for huge rise in antidepressant and stimulant prescriptions, claims new president of Royal College of Psychiatrists -

Doctors are too quick to give names to conditions and prescribe medication’ says The Times

Ian Singleton withdrew from a benzodiazepine in the and has spent his career since then working for the Bristol Tranquilliser Project,.

VIDEO: Can psychiatric drugs cause long-lasting negative effects?

Do psychiatrists really understand psychiatric drugs? Joanna Moncrieff psychiatrist and senior lecturer University College London

I love child psychiatrist Dr. Sami Timimi's articulate explanation for how psychiatric "diagnosis" affects people's lives. Click on the link, and watch the short videos.

Ian Singleton withdrew from a benzodiazepine in the and has spent his career since then working for the Bristol Tranquilliser Project,.

Mary: a survivor of ECT and decades of psychiatric drugging -

Mary: a survivor of ECT and decades of psychiatric drugging -

Peter Gøtzsche responds to criticism from Nutt et al in The Lancet -

Peter Gøtzsche, MD Deadly Medicines and Organised Crime: How Big Pharma Has Corrupted Health Care

CEP members respond to letter from prominent psychiatrists in The Times with challenge for public debate

Ian Singleton withdrew from a benzodiazepine in the and has spent his career since then working for the Bristol Tranquilliser Project,.

New UK council to curb psychiatry

New UK-based organization aims to combat overdiagnosis and overtreatment in psychiatry. In an effort to bridge the gap between researchers, c.

New UK-based organization aims to combat overdiagnosis and overtreatment in psychiatry. In an effort to bridge the gap between researchers, c...

New UK-based organization aims to combat overdiagnosis and overtreatment in psychiatry. In an effort to bridge the gap between researchers, c.

Ian Singleton withdrew from a benzodiazepine in the 1980s and has spent his career since then working for the Bristol Tranquilliser Project,...

Ian Singleton withdrew from a benzodiazepine in the and has spent his career since then working for the Bristol Tranquilliser Project,.

The Council for Evidence-based Psychiatry "Psychiatry has a history of blaming the patient instead of the drug" ~ Joanna Moncrieff ~ http://cepuk.org/

Ian Singleton withdrew from a benzodiazepine in the and has spent his career since then working for the Bristol Tranquilliser Project,.

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