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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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Chuck Hughes is a psychiatric survivor activist from Santa Barbara, California.

"I find inspiration and mental support in MindFreedom," says Chuck. "I like associating with like-minded activists for human rights in mental health. When I go into a Board or Commission and say I am a member of MindFreedom International. It gives what I say a lot more validity and my voice carries a lot farther. My first of eight involuntarily institutionalizations was at age 23. I have witnessed much injustice in mental health. I have been involved with the user and survivor movement since 1992. My goal is to help stop forced outpatient psychiatric procedures, seclusion, restraints and other human rights violations, psychiatric abuse and torture. Of particular concern is the elimination of forced electroconvulsive treatment (ECT) on people of all ages."
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