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Here are reviews and listings of books, publications on human rights and alternatives in the mental health system.

Article Book Review: Alternatives Beyond Psychiatry
Ron Bassman (pictured here) is a psychologist, a survivor of extreme psychiatric human rights violations, and an author. Ron reviews the book Alternatives Beyond Psychiatry.
Image Ron Bassman, PhD
Ron Bassman is author of the new book, A Fight to Be: A Psychologist's Experience from Both Sides of the Locked Door, available in the MindFreedom madmarket at www.madmarket.org
Article Coming Off Psychiatric Drugs Guide
Coming Off Psychiatric Drugs Guide created by The Icarus Project and Freedom Center.
News Item NEWS: MindFreedom Launches All-New MadMarket
1 May 2008: An all-new MadMarket is launched! The MadMarket has hard-to-get books, DVD's and gear about changing the mental health system. Proceeds support the human rights campaigns of MindFreedom International.
File Bibliography of First-Person Narratives of Madness In English (4th edition)
The most recent edition of a comprehensive bibliography concerning (1) personal accounts of madness written by survivors themselves; (2) narratives written by family members; (3) anthologies and critical analyses of the madness narrative genre; and (4) websites featuring oral histories and other first-person madness accounts. Prepared by Gail A. Hornstein with assistance from Cheryl McGraw, Catherine Riffin, and Moriah Silver.
News Item New Bibliography of Personal Accounts of Madness
The most recent edition of a comprehensive bibliography on personal accounts of madness is now available.
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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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