Mental Health News, New Research and Opinion Articles

The Icarus Project Guides are available as free downloads from their website,

Follow the links on their site to find some great resources such as:

  • Harm Reduction Guide to Coming Off Psychiatric Drugs

  • Madness and Oppression

  • Navigating The Space Between Brilliance and Madness: A Reader and Roadmap Of Bipolar Worlds



The following link is for a report by The British Psychological Society that aims to explain psychotic thinking and disorders and is free to download:



Dr Joseph Glenmullen is someone with a website which has lots of information mainly from his own work and links to buy his very useful books, which in the main assess the benefits and risks of antidepressant use.  The ‘useful links’ tab page on his website has an appendix from one of his books.  It is a table of likely withdrawal effects that people will come across when discontinuing these drugs.  As such it is a very useful checklist and resource for people attempting to come off all types of antidepressants.  The ‘Daily Checklist of Antidepressant Withdrawal Symptoms’ is in .pdf format and the website homepage is:



The website for the British consumer champion Martin Lewis, the Money Saving Expert, has frequent articles on the subject of mental health and debt with further information and links about where else to turn for help and advice and this following link goes to the internet page where you can download his mental health and debt pdf guide:



This link goes to a blog post on the website of renowned psychiatrist and researcher Joanna Moncrieff.  In it as the title suggests she details how many psychiatrists and pharmaceutical companies are still promoting the unscientific biological view of mental health distress:

The Chemical Imbalance Theory of Depression: still promoted but still unfounded



This link is to a simple, handy guide to some causes of depression with some solutions:

Depression Is an Inflammatory Disease



The following link goes to a piece of writing that links mental health problems to the underlying political system:



The following link goes to an interesting recovery article posted on the Mad in America website, written by Kerstin Ogard:


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