Why antidepressants need to be understood
with Marion Brown
Marion Brown was a human givens psychotherapist in private practice for 7 years and through her work, became very concerned about the many difficult experiences she could see people were having with antidepressants, anti-anxiety medications and sedatives taken as prescribed – often with difficult side effects and withdrawal problems. Marion now shares what she has learnt, to help therapists and people struggling with those complex issues – and she works tirelessly to increase awareness of them…
- Rxisk – notes on antidepressant withdrawal to take to your therapist
- 7-11 breathing: How does deep breathing make you feel more relaxed?
- Serotonin syndrome
- Harm reduction guide to coming off psychiatric drugs and withdrawal
- Inner Compass
- Surviving antidepressants
- Let’s Talk Withdrawal
- Akathisia 101 free 1 hr course
- Welsh Senedd event Dec 2018
- TED talk – Sleep – Jeff Illiff
- Recovery Road
- ‘Recovery and Renewal’ by Baylissa Frederick
- ‘The Straight-talking Introduction to Psychiatric Drugs’ by Joanna Moncrieff
- ‘The Straight-talking Introduction to Psychiatric Diagnosis’ by Lucy Johnstone
- ‘The Pill that steals lives’ by Katinka Blackford Newman
Marion Brown online articles – for clients and therapists:
- Why professionals must admit to the dangers of psychiatric drugs
- Articles on welldoing.org
- June HG Newsletter
Marion’s Infographic: Patient Journey:
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Ivan Tyrrell asks Professor Richard Noll, author of ‘The Jung Cult’, to unravel the lies Carl G Jung told to aggrandise himself and his charismatic psychoanalytic movement.
Counsellors who use it know that the 'rewind technique' is fast, safe, painless and effective for dealing with trauma. Keith Guy and Nicola Guy have tested it in research.
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Charlie Taylor interviews Judith Desbonne and Tiffany Osborne about the human givens approach to therapy and its many benefits.
This year's 2-day conference promises to be another cracking event with some fascinating new insights, a wealth of practical content to expand your professional knowledge and inspirational illustrations of how widely the HG approach is spreading.