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Author: Peter Stastny
ISBN: 0978839919
Language: English
Pages: 431 pages
Publisher: Peter Lehmann (2007)
Rating: 4.8
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Alternatives Beyond Psychiatry Paperback – August 30, 2007. Not always, but all too often doctors present us with treatment as though there are no alternatives

Alternatives Beyond Psychiatry Paperback – August 30, 2007. Not always, but all too often doctors present us with treatment as though there are no alternatives. The epitome of such practice is in the case of individuals who are involuntarily committed to psychiatric wards. But there are alternatives, many alternatives and this wonderful book presents many of them with clarity and sometimes passion, written by varied stakeholders, doctors, consumers of mental health treatment, and more. One person found this helpful.

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The book highlights alternatives beyond psychiatry, current possibilities of self-help for individuals experiencing madness, and strategies toward implementing humane treatment

Preface to: Peter Stastny & Peter Lehmann (Ed., Alternatives Beyond Psychiatry (pp. 9–10). Whitaker, Robert (2007). Vorwort zu: Peter Lehmann & Peter Stastny (H., Statt Psychiatrie 2 (S. 9-10).

Preface to: Peter Stastny & Peter Lehmann (Ed. bury: Peter Lehmann Publishing. ISBN 978-545428-1-8 (UK), ISBN 978-788399-1-8 (USA). ISBN 978-3-925931-38-3.

Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine. December 2008, 3:18 Cite as. Peter Stastny, Peter Lehmann: Alternatives beyond Psychiatry Peter Lehmann Publishing:431.

Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13: 9780954542818. Release Date: August 2007.

The book highlights alternatives beyond psychiatry, current possibilities of self-help for individuals experiencing madness, and strategies toward implementing humane treatment

The book highlights alternatives beyond psychiatry, current possibilities of self-help for individuals experiencing madness, and strategies toward implementing humane treatment.

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ISBN 978-545428-1-8, ISBN 978-788399-1-8. The book highlights alternatives beyond psychiatry, current possibilities for self-help for individuals experiencing madness or depression, and strategies toward implementing humane treatment.

Peter Stastny and Peter Lehmann (Ed. Alternatives Beyond Psychiatry. Preface by Robert Whitaker. Alternatives Beyond Psychiatry Preface by Robert Whitaker Contributions by Volkmar Aderhold, Laurie Ahern, Birgitta Alakare, Karyn Baker, Ulrich Bartmann, Agnes Beier, Regina Bellion, Wilma Boevink, Pat Bracken, Stefan Bräunling, Ludger Bruckmann, Giuseppe Bucalo, Dorothea S. Buck-Zerchin, Sarah Carr, Tina Coldham, Bhargavi Davar, Anne Marie DiGiacomo, Constance Dollwet, Jeanne Dumont, Merinda Epstein, Sandra Escher, James B. Gottstein, Chris Hansen, Geoff Hardy, Petra Hartmann

Comments (2)
Jarortr
Not always, but all too often doctors present us with treatment as though there are no alternatives. The epitome of such practice is in the case of individuals who are involuntarily committed to psychiatric wards. But there are alternatives, many alternatives and this wonderful book presents many of them with clarity and sometimes passion, written by varied stakeholders, doctors, consumers of mental health treatment, and more.
Onoxyleili
The fascinating, diverse, readable, jargon-free essays in this splendid book, some by eminent professionals and some in the voices of patients, told me more about the human experience and the state of psychiatry today than the excellent year's fellowship I took at a prestigious psychiatric institution. The book is of importance to anyone interested in the human experience and the human mind.