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New MindFreedom Journal Focus on Allies: Families, Theater, Advocates, Providers

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The brand new MindFreedom Journal #51 is now out! Theme: How to work with people and groups who support the human rights of psychiatric survivors. Here's how you can get your new issue.

New MindFreedom Journal Focus on Allies: Families, Theater, Advocates, Providers

Cover photo of MindFreedom Journal #51 shows six moms of survivors of psychiatric abuse.


Did you get your new MFJ?


Did you get your new MindFreedom Journal #51, the summer issue?

It's the 25th Year Anniversary Year Issue, don't miss it!

The cover photo (upper right) shows six moms, all of whom have adult children harmed by the mental health system. 

A focus of the issue is about how people abused by the psychiatric system can work with allies, such as mental health providers, families, creative theater folks, advocates, etc. 

Plus there's poetry, photos, and reflections on the quarter century of MindFreedom International. Half of the 16 pages are in full color, including coverage of the MindFreedom delegation trip to MindFreedom Ghana.

The new issue has already been mailed to all current members internationally. 

There's an easy way to get your issue!


Join MindFreedom International, or renew if you need to!


It takes just a moment on MindFredom's new-improved, secure online donation page, click here!


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Laura Delano - Psychiatric survivor blogger activist

Laura works as a peer specialist in the traditional mental health system and writes a blog at, where she is sharing her story of recovery from psychiatry. After living with psychiatric labels for 13 years and taking psychotropic medications for ten of them, Laura says she found liberation in 2010 from her psychiatric diagnoses, from her reliance upon the mental health system, and from the once deep-seated belief that she was sentenced to a life-long "mental illness." Laura says, "I am proud to be a member of the MindFreedom International community for all MFI does to promote equality, justice, and civil rights for people who have been labeled 'mentally ill.'" (See 'Related Content' links below for link to Mad In America web site where Laura's blogs.)
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