Here are a few links to additional information that you may find useful…

The Let's Talk Withdrawal Facebook group

Mad in America an excellent hub for all things Science, Psychiatry and Social Justice

Inner Compass Initiative provides information, resources, tools, and connecting platforms to facilitate more informed choices regarding all things "mental health" and to support individuals and groups around the world who wish to leave, bypass, or build community beyond the mental health system. the website of Holly Higgins, dedicated to helping people with their mental health and wellbeing via nutritional means

Chaya Grossberg helps and supports those withdrawing from Psychiatric drugs, her website is an excellent resource

Drop the Disorder is a Facebook group for therapeutic and support professionals and other interested parties to discuss issues around the 'biomedical' model of mental distress (please note this is a closed group and you would have to request access from the administrator)

RxISK is a free, independent website where you can research prescription drugs and report a drug side effect.

Deadly Medicines is the homepage of Professor Peter Gøtzsche, one of the leading figures in the movement to get the dangers of prescription psychiatric drugs recognised.

harm reduction guide to coming off psychiatric drugs, arguably the definitive reference for anyone wanting to stop or withdraw from their psychoactive prescription medication.

Doctor Terry Lynch offers courses on the true nature of depression and is vocal in exposing the myths of modern psychiatry.

Surviving Antidepressants is a vibrant and active community of people who provide peer support and advice for those trying to withdraw from a wide range of psychoactive prescription medications.

Letters from Generation Rx is a documentary film that presents the experiences of families that have suffered tragic loss and trauma through the use of psychiatric medications, join the mailing list to get information on availability of the film

The Alternative Mental Health Revolution, a free resource to explore holistic mental health solutions.

Daryl's blog talks about his experiences as a young man in the mental healthcare system and raises awareness of PSSD, Post SSRI Sexual Dysfunction

AntiDepAware is a site promoting awareness of the dangers of antidepressants, it contains more than 4800 inquest reports.

This website is an incredible source of information on antidepressant and antipsychotic medications, it covers a wealth of subjects and is an excellent reference.

The Council for Evidence Based Psychiatry is doing fantastic work in this area and their website is a great resource, in particular they are running a campaign to set up a national helpline for those dependant on prescription medications.

A link to a US based organisation that helps people injured by dangerous drugs and medical devices. They have a great deal of excellent information on drugs, side effects and user experiences. a collection of information covering every aspect of withdrawal from psychiatric medication, if you need information, this is a great place to start.

Pill that steals, is a deeply moving, personal account of one womans struggle with antidepressants and the website also includes tales of stolen lives.

Information published by the Royal College of Psychiatrists on coming off antidepressants can be found

Useful information
here too from the charity Mind.

Bristol and District Tranquilliser Project, a charity set up to give advice to people suffering from involuntary addiction to prescriber tranquillisers, sleeping pills and antidepressants.
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