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ICI is providing these resources to help facilitate critical education and discussion about a variety of topics and issues related to all things “mental health”. Inclusion in this list does not necessarily imply endorsement by ICI. Some of these resources are closely aligned with our mission, vision, and values. Others may use terms or ideas, promote values or beliefs, or engage in activities that are not fully in sync with what we believe in, strive towards, or envision as an organization; however, we’ve included them here because, in our estimation, they still contribute constructively to some aspects of our overall mission.
Charles Eisenstein is a teacher, speaker, and writer focusing on themes of civilization, consciousness, money, and human cultural evolution. He speaks frequently at conferences and other events, and gives numerous interviews on radio and podcasts. His website has information about his books and courses and links to his podcast and speaking events.
Monica Cassani's resource-rich website "documents and shares many natural methods of self-care for finding and sustaining health in body, mind and spirit" and "deals with wider issues in the socio/political and spiritual realms as they pertain to mental health and human rights issues surrounding psychiatry."
An online library of articles, interviews, videos, and more from Leonard Roy Frank (1932-2015), prolific writer and influential ex-patient activist who spent decades speaking out against the conventional mental health system, and particularly, electroshock.
Kelly Brogan, MD, is a holistic women's health psychiatrist who "practices functional medicine which endeavors to identify individual, root cause contributors to current symptoms with the goal of enhancing and supporting our bodies’ own infinitely complex mechanisms and their native drive toward homeostasis."
Founded by award-winning medical journalist and author Robert Whitaker, Mad in America is a website resource with a mission "to serve as a catalyst for rethinking psychiatric care". It hosts a blogging community of critical researchers, practitioners, thinkers and activists, and monitors news stories and developments in scientific research.
This website provides access to past and present drug labels for both brand-name and generic versions of drugs. It also sometimes provides links to related information, such as links to U.S. registered clinical trials.
Based in Germany, this website provides critical information about psychiatric drugs via Peter Lehmann’s books, ebooks and journal articles, along with videos, mailing lists, booklets, lectures and posters in German, English, Spanish and other languages.
"I practice Schizophrenistry — the art of turning multiple realities into words, pictures, and actions without any social constraints to enable those with lesser realities an access into mine." (re-quoted from Todd Murphy)
David Webb, PhD, says about his website, "Thinking About Suicide includes the story of my own history with suicidal feelings. But it is not an autobiography, nor is this website a blog about me. Rather, Thinking About Suicide is an invitation to think and talk about suicide in a new and different way."