The Legacy fo the Anti-Psychiatry Movement
01-01-2013, 05:35 AM,
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The Legacy fo the Anti-Psychiatry Movement
"...There have been a few trends in the last four decades that are worth pointing out. Back in the "dark ages" of psychiatry people who were deemed a threat to themselves or others, or simply who were unable to live independently due to mental illness or cognitive impairment, were often institutionalized. They had little rights or say in their fate. The principle of paternalism held sway - doing what one thinks is best for others as a parent would a child, without consent or even explanation...."



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