Outline of the psychiatric survivors movement

Outline of the psychiatric survivors movementThe following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to the psychiatric survivors movement:
Psychiatric survivors movement – diverse association of individuals who are either currently clients of mental health services, or who consider themselves survivors of interventions by psychiatry, or who identify themselves as ex-patients of mental health services. The movement typically campaigns for more choice and improved services, for empowerment and user-led alternatives, and against the prejudices they face in society.
What is the psychiatric survivors movement? 
The psychiatric survivors movement can be described as all of the following:

a political movement

a human rights movement

part of the disability rights movement

Psychiatric survivors as a group is:

an advocacy group

a community

a special interest group

Participants 
Victim of psychiatry

Mental health consumer

Mental patient : currently redirects to Mental disorder

Former mental patient

Lunatic

Supporters Edit

Richard Bentall

Patch Adams

Robert Whittaker

The Radical Therapist

History of the psychiatric survivors movement 
History of mental disorders

People 

18th century

Samuel Bruckshaw

19th century

Elizabeth Packard

Early 20th century

Clifford Whittingham Beers

Late 20th century to the present

Linda Andre

Ted Chabasinski

Judi Chamberlin

Lyn Duff

Leonard Roy Frank

Kate Millett

Issues
Coercion

Involuntary treatment

Involuntary commitment

Outpatient commitment

Mentalism (discrimination)

Pharmaceutical industry 

Pharmaceutical industry

Allen Jones (whistleblower)

Anatomy of an Epidemic

Harmful practices 

Eugenics

Psychosurgery

Electroconvulsive therapy

Psychoactive drug

Psychiatry 
Psychiatry (outline)
Mental disorder

History of mental disorder

Mental Health

Therapeutic relationship

Psychiatric services 

Services for mental disorders

Care programme approach (UK)

Public agencies

United Kingdom

England and Wales

Commissioners in Lunacy

United States of America

Federal Bodies

National Council on Disability

New Freedom Commission on Mental Health

Legal framework for psychiatric treatment Edit

See Outline of psychiatry#Legal framework for psychiatric treatment

Organisations
Advocacy groups, by region 

United Kingdom

England

19th century

Alleged Lunatics’ Friend Society

Germany

Socialist Patients’ Collective

International

GROW

MindFreedom International

World Network of Users and Survivors of Psychiatry

United States of America

Committee for Truth in Psychiatry

Hearing Voices Movement

Hearing Voices Network

Icarus Project

Insane Liberation Front

Mad Pride

Mental Patients Liberation Front

MindFreedom International

National Empowerment Center

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

Mental Patients’ Liberation Alliance

Self-help groups Edit

Self-help groups

Self-help groups for mental health

Related movements 
Anti-psychiatry movement 

Anti-psychiatry

People of the anti-psychiatry movement Edit

Franco Basaglia

David Cooper (psychiatrist)

Michel Foucault

R.D. Laing

Loren Mosher

Thomas Szasz anti-coercive psychiatry

Anti-psychiatry publications Edit

Against Therapy

Anti-Oedipus

Liberation by Oppression: A Comparative Study of Slavery and Psychiatry

Madness and Civilization

Anti-psychiatry organisations 

American Association for the Abolition of Involuntary Mental Hospitalization
Against Therapy

Antipsychology

Biopsychiatry controversy

Democratic Psychiatry

Feeble-minded

Icarus Project

Independent living

Insanity

Interpretation of Schizophrenia

Involuntary treatment

Liberation by Oppression: A Comparative Study of Slavery and Psychiatry

Mad Pride

Mad Studies

Medicalization

Mental patient

MindFreedom International

National Empowerment Center

Peer support

Peer support specialist

Philadelphia Association

Positive Disintegration

Psychiatric rehabilitation

Psychoanalytic theory

Radical Psychology Network

Recovery model

Rosenhan experiment

Self-advocacy

Social firms

Soteria

Therapeutic community

World Network of Users and Survivors of Psychiatry

People

Judi Chamberlin

Kate Millett

Kingsley Hall

Leonard Roy Frank

Linda Andre

Loren Mosher

Lyn Duff

Ted Chabasinski

Health and mortality

Physical health in schizophrenia

Schizophrenia and smoking

CAN (Mental Health) Inc – Australia

The Mental Health Rights Coalition – Hamilton, ON, Canada

Recovering Consumers and a Broken Mental Health System in the United States: Ongoing Challenges for Consumers/ Survivors and the New Freedom Commission on Mental Health. Part I: Legitimization of the Consumer Movement and Obstacles to It., by McLean, A. (2003), International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation. 8, 47-57

Recovering Consumers and a Broken Mental Health System in the United States: Ongoing Challenges for Consumers/ Survivors and the New Freedom Commission on Mental Health. Part II: Impact of Managed Care and Continuing Challenges, by McLean, A. (2003), International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation. 8, 58-70.

History

Guide on the History of the Consumer Movement from the National Mental Health Consumers’ Self-Help Clearinghouse

Organizations

MindFreedom International

National Mental Health Consumers’ Self-Help Clearinghouse

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