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Psych Diagnosis Bias: Paula Caplan | Madness Radio

Listen to 175 more episodes on the Madness Radio website! http://www.madnessradio.net Harvard University faculty Paula Caplan, author of They Say You’re Crazy: How The World’s Most Powerful Psychiatrists Decide Who’s Normaland editor of Bias In Psychiatric Diagnosis. Paula was on one of the writing committees for the DSM and offers an insightful perspective on the… Read More »

Pat Bracken: Post-Psychiatry, PTSD & Community Development | Madness Radio

Listen to 175 more episodes on the Madness Radio website! http://www.madnessradio.net Dr. Pat Bracken, Irish psychiatrist, philosopher and co-author of the book Post-Psychiatry: Mental Health in a Post-Modern World, discusses community development as an alternative to individualistic and harmful Western mental health care world wide, including a critique of the PTSD diagnosis and its treatment… Read More »

Paula Caplan: Deciding Who is Normal | Madness Radio

Harvard University faculty Paula Caplan, author of They Say You’re Crazy: How The World’s Most Powerful Psychiatrists Decide Who’s Normal and editor of Bias In Psychiatric Diagnosis. Paula was on one of the writing committees for the DSM and offers an insightful perspective on the politics behind psychiatric pseudo-science. She discusses mental disorder labeling, including… Read More »

Social Studies: Voices Across America – PTSD

We often think of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as an affliction triggered by war or some other significant trauma. But psychologists today are finding that PTSD can be triggered by something as common as care giving across multiple generations. This week co-hosts Peter Goldsmith and Bill Wood, Social Studies: Voices Across America, look at PTSD… Read More »