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Coming off psychiatric drugs

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  • Proactiveplanning.wordpress: A resource for those wishing to consider reduction or withdrawal from psychotropic drugs

  • Antipsychotics: For people on antipsychotics who want to get off of them to meet and support each other

  • Benzodiazepine Withdrawal e-mail support group: Support network for those who want to end benzodiazepine addiction and recover from withdrawal syndrome

  • Anti-depressant Warning! This group is for individuals who have had a negative reaction to antidepressants or are experiencing withdrawal side-effects from them. We also encourage those who have suffered the loss of a beloved one due to antidepressant medication (by suicide or homicide), to join. Feel free to share your experience, you are most definitely NOT alone!

  • Psychotropic Drug Withdrawal & Recovery: This group is here to assist you in the careful withdrawal and recovery from the use of drugs (benzodiazepines, antidepressants, neuroleptics, etc.) that manipulate neurotransmitters causing physiological and psychological dependency and damage to numerous bodily systems.

  • Information on Coming Off Psychiatric Drugs: Forum of the UK Mental Health Forum inclusively a list of resources which may assist

  • Surviving Antidepressants: Peer support forum for tapering and withdrawal syndrome

  • Cymbalta help and withdrawal forum

All other topics

  • Abuse in Therapy is an inclusive, international e-list for psychiatric consumer-survivors, and those practitioners and others who are combatting physical, sexual, and psychological assaults by mental health professionals and struggling to uplift allcaring systems.

  • Antipsychiatry-humor – Humor against Psychiatry: "In this group we use humor to blow off steam about the harm psychiatry does to people."

  • ENUSP Mailing list: Unites (ex-) users and survivors of psychiatry. Mailing list of the European Network of (ex-) Users and Survivors of Psychiatry

  • International Discussion List of Peter Lehmann about alternatives beyond psychiatry, current possibilities of self-help and strengthening human rights of users and survivors of psychiatry

  • INTAR (International Network Toward Alternatives and Recovery) mailing list to gather and promote non-medical approaches to treating people diagnosed with mental illness   .

  • Intervoice – International Network for Training, Education and Research into Hearing Voices. Online Community for INTERVOICE members and friends to encourage discussion and debate about the meaning of the voice hearing experience and to consider the latest work and research into this phenomenon.

  • IRIS (information, referral, and internet sightings) is a People Who one-way announcement list. Messages are a remix of announcements of conferences and news of interest to people who experience mood swings, fear, voices and visions, occasional forwards from other lists, some URL's, sometimes a quotation, some times a political call to action

  • MindFreedom-News: Public, occasional, announcement list with news and alerts primarily about winning campaigns for human rights and alternatives for people affected by the mental health system

  • New Titles at Peter Lehmann Publishing: a very occasional one-way announcement for (ex-) users and survivors of psychiatry, relatives and other supporters as well as professionals and other interested people about new publications from Peter Lehmann Publishing

  • UKsurvivors: For Mental health user/survivors, disabled people and allies in the United Kingdom to debate, get/give support and network together.

  • U.N. human rights and disability discussion, by and for people who have experienced psychiatric assault and/or madness/mental disability/etc. and our allies.

  • WNUSP mailing list: the electronic arm of the World Network of Users and Survivors of Psychiatry: list-serve for WNUSP members to promote human rights of users and survivors of psychiatry, especially through the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities