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Podcasts every survivor of forced psychiatry needs to listen to in 2017

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You're missing out on hundreds of hours of amazing audio. Great guests, great interviewers, you simply have to listen to these podcasts.

Podcasts for survivors of psychiatry and those interested in alternatives to psychiatry. 

'Talk with Tenney'

Lauren Tenney survived forced psychiatry's violence to go on to become a successful academic. Lauren's internet talk show 'Talk with Tenney' has around 200 hours of content for you to listen to. With insightful guests and cutting analysis of the issues that matter to all of us who have been touched by psychiatry, this is a podcast you absolutely must listen to if you want to keep informed on what's happening. Recent guests include Bonnie Burstow and Paula Caplan. You can also call in and share your story or thoughts.

'Madness Radio'

Will Hall survived forced psychiatry and became an activist, therapist and host of 'Madness Radio'. Madness Radio has for over a decade been the most eclectic radio show on alternatives in mental health on the entire internet. With hundreds of hours of interviews, guests from all over the world, this podcast has it all, from the history of the psychiatric survivor movement, to insights on the human rights situation around the world, to talks with philosophers like the world-renowned Raymond Tallis, it has it all, hundreds of hours of content.

 Between 'Talk with Tenney' and 'Madness Radio', there is over 400 hours of extremely high quality audio for you to listen to in 2017.

 So what are you waiting for? Click or bookmark the below links to get started...

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/talkwithtenney

http://www.madnessradio.net/shows-archive/



 

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