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Toby Tyler Watson, Psy.D. is International Executive Director of ICSPP

Toby Tyler Watson, Psy.D. is the new International Executive Director of International Center for the Study of Psychiatry and Psychology (ICSPP), a sponsor group of MindFreedom that includes many concerned mental health professionals. Toby is also,the Clinical and Doctoral Training Director of Associated Psychological Health Services in Sheboygan, WI, and a Clinical Depth Psychologist. He is the Executive Director of R.E.A.Ch. (Recovery of Emotionally Abused Children), a non profit "therapy fund", paying for mental health treatment in exchange for a person's donated time. Dr. Watson is a graduate from the California School of Professional Psychology-Alliant University in Fresno CA, and has interests in Reciprocating Social Support and Resiliency, Dream Analysis, and the effects of psychotropic medication on treatment outcomes and national health policy. Dr. Watson integrates a Jungian, Humanistic, Experiential and non-directive approach when working with people, an approach supported while he trained with Dr. Kevin McCready at San Joaquin Psychotherapy Center.

Toby Tyler Watson, Psy.D. is International Executive Director of ICSPP
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Samantha Johnson is a 22-year-old psychiatric survivor who is interning at the MindFreedom International office. "I was absolutely in disbelief at how the people were treated at the hospital. It was an environment of emotional abuse interspersed with 'treatments' and 'policies' that could be more accurately described as assault. The tragic thing is that there really are some good people working there, but they are unable to provide people with the help they need inside a system that prioritizes profits over people. It might take five years of counseling for someone to truly recover from a mental health crisis, but it takes five minutes to tranquilize them. This is why I started working with MindFreedom. For 25 years MFI has been challenging the mental health system to see us as human beings- to treat us as human beings- through peaceful activism. At MFI we emphasize individual choice, empowerment, and compassion as necessary aspects of a true healing process."
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