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Friday, 27, November, 2020

A NICE Game of Minecraft: Philosophical Flaws Underpinning UK Depression Guideline Nosology

The UK National Institute for Health and Care Excellence has delineated certain subclassifications of persistent depression in its new guideline, which grossly distorts the phenomenology of depression.

Stephen Porges: ‘Survivors are Blamed Because They Don’t Fight’

Stephen Porges is professor of psychiatry at the University of North Carolina and “Distinguished University Scientist” at Indiana University, where he has created the Traumatic Stress Research Consortium.

Patients are STILL not being warned of withdrawal pain from depression pills, say experts

Patients are still not being warned how difficult it can be to come off antidepressants, say psychiatrists campaigning for a reduction in the needless use of the drugs.

Politics and Psychiatry: the Cost of the Trauma Cover-Up

In Noel Hunter’s recently published Trauma and Madness in Mental Health Services, she asks, “Are we continuing to funnel money into a fundamentally broken system?”

Antidepressants: is there a better way to quit them?

Millions of us take SSRIs, and most can give them up without too much trouble. So why do a minority suffer severe side-effects?