Outline of the psychiatric survivors movement

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The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to the psychiatric survivors movement:

Psychiatric survivors movement – diverse association of individuals who are either currently clients of mental health services, or who consider themselves survivors of interventions by psychiatry, or who identify themselves as ex-patients of mental health services. The movement typically campaigns for more choice and improved services, for empowerment and user-led alternatives, and against the prejudices they face in society.

What is the psychiatric survivors movement?[edit]

Participants[edit]

Supporters[edit]

History of the psychiatric survivors movement[edit]

People[edit]

Issues[edit]

Pharmaceutical industry[edit]

Psychiatry[edit]

Main article: Outline of psychiatry

Psychiatric services[edit]

Public agencies[edit]

Legal framework for psychiatric treatment[edit]

See Outline of psychiatry#Legal framework for psychiatric treatment

Organisations[edit]

Advocacy groups, by region[edit]

Self-help groups[edit]

Related movements[edit]

Anti-psychiatry movement[edit]

People of the anti-psychiatry movement[edit]

Anti-psychiatry publications[edit]

Anti-psychiatry organisations[edit]

See also[edit]

People
Health and mortality

External links[edit]

History
Organizations