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Coming Off Psychiatric Drugs Guide created by The Icarus Project and Freedom Center.

Coming Off Psychiatric Drugs Guide

The Icarus Project and Freedom Center's 40-page guide gathers the best information we've come across and the most valuable lessons we've learned about reducing and coming off psychiatric medication. Includes info on mood stabilizers, anti-psychotics, anti-depressants, anti-anxiety drugs, risks, benefits, wellness tools, withdrawal, detailed Resource section, information for people staying on their medications, and much more.

Written by Will Hall, with a 14-member health professional Advisory board providing research assistance and 24 other collaborators involved in developing and editing. The guide has photographs and art throughout, and a beautiful original cover painting by Ashley McNamara. Download a .pdf to read or a 'zine version to print and fold into a booklet (instructions included).

Low-cost published copies also available by emailing orders AT theicarusproject DOT net, and you can also get multiple copies to distribute.

Note that the guide is Creative Commons copyright and you are free to print it out, copy and distribute for non-commercial purposes, as long as you credit the source and don't alter it.

Download this guide here!

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