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Faut-il arrêter les psychotropes ? - Chapitres Annexes

Par Neptune 
le 25/04/2014


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Ressources essentielles


MIND “Making Sense of Coming Off Psychiatric Drugs”
http://bit.ly/yPjusy
Recherches récentes pour la compréhension de la Maladie Mentale et des Expériences Psychotiques.
Département de Psychologie Clinique de la Société Britannique de Psychologie. www.bps.org.uk www.freedom-center.org/pdf/
britishpsychologicalsocietyrecentadvances.pdf
Coming Off Psychiatric Drugs: Successful Withdrawal from Neuroleptics, Antidepressants, Lithium, Carbamazepine and Tranquilizers
Peter Lehmann, ed.
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Anatomy of an Epidemic: Magic Bullets, Psychiatric Drugs, and the Astonishing Rise of Mental Illness in America
par Robert Whitaker, Crown Books 2010.
Le site internet Beyond Meds
www.beyondmeds.com


“Addressing non-adherence to antipsychotic medication:
a harm-reduction approach”
par Matthew Aldridge, Journal of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing, Feb, 2012
http://bit.ly/wbUA6A
Coming Off Psychiatric Drugs: A Harm Reduction Approach - video avec Will Hall
http://bit.ly/zAMTRF
Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal : A Guide for Prescribers, Therapists, Patients and their Families
Par Peter Breggin, Springer Publishing, 2012.


Soutiens pour décrocher des médicaments


Thérapie Alternatives pour les Bipolaires
http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/ALT-therapies4bipolar/
Antidepressant Solution: A Step-By Step guide to Safely Overcoming Antidepressant Withdrawal, Dependence, and ‘Addiction’
par Joseph Glenmullen Free Press, 2006
Benzo Buddies
www.benzobuddies.org
Benzodiazepines: Coopération et Non Confrontation
www.bcnc.org.uk
Benzodiazepenes: How They Work and How To Withdraw (The Ashton Manual)
par C. Heather Ashton
Benzo.org
www.benzo.org.uk
Forum de Sevrage de la benzo
http://benzowithdrawal.com/forum/
Benzo-Wise: A Recovery Companion
Baylissa Frederick 2009, Campanile Publishing



Bristol & District Tranquilliser Project
www.btpinfo.org.uk/
Interruption des Médicaments Psychotropes
www.comingoff.com
Coming Off Psychiatric Drugs
www.comingoff.com
Organisme pour l’information sur les tranquillisants, les antidépresseurs, et les analgésiques.
www.citawithdrawal.org.uk/
Doing Without Drugs: A Guide for Non-Users and Users 1991 Sylvia Caras,
www.peoplewho.org/documents/doingwithoutdrugs.htm
Activiste Effexor
http://theeffexoractivist.org/
Enrayer les SSRI
David Healy www.mind.org.uk/NR/rdonlyres/
59D68F19-F69C-4613-BD40-A0D8B38D1410/0/
DavidHealyHaltingSSRIs.pdf
Vivre sans médicaments ou travailler dans ce sens
http://medfree.socialgo.com/
MIND Making Sense of Coming Off Psychiatric
Drugs
http://bit.ly/yPjusy
FAQ sur le Paxil et son sevrage
www.paxilprogress.org/
Protocole pour le Sevrage des Antidépresseurs SSRI
David Healy www.benzo.org.uk/healy.htm
Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal Primer
Monica Cassani http://bipolarblast.wordpress.
com/2009/09/22/psychiatric-drug-withdrawal-primer/
Le Chemin de la Guérison – dépendance aux tranquillisants et aux antidépresseurs
http://recovery-road.org/
Schizophrenia & Natural Remedies
Withdrawing Safely from Psychiatric Drugs
Dr Maureen B. Roberts www.jungcircle.com/schiznatural.htm

Survivre aux antidépresseurs
http://survivingantidepressants.org/
Forum sur le sevrage des médicaments de The Icarus Project
www.theicarusproject.net/forums/comingoffmeds
Comment se remettre des tranquilisants, et lieux de sensibilisation
www.non-benzodiazepines.org.uk/benzo-faq.html
Your Drug May Be Your Problem : How and Why to Stop Taking Psychiatric Medications
Peter Breggin et David Cohen, HarperCollins Publishers, 2007.


Ressources sur les médicaments


Advice On Medications
by Rufus May and Philip Thomas
www.hearing-voices.org/publications.htm
Critical Thinking RX
www.criticalthinkrx.org
Depression Expression: Raising Questions
About Antidepressants
www.greenspiration.org
“Drug Companies and Doctors” a Story of Corruption”
Marcia Angell, New York Review of Books, 2009
“Full Disclosure: Towards a Participatory and Risk-Limiting Approach to Neuroleptic Drugs” Volkmar Aderhold and Peter Stastny www.psychrights.org/Research/Digest/NLPs/EHPPAderholdandStastnyonNeuroleptics.pdf
The Heart and Soul of Change
http://heartandsoulofchange.com/resources/psychiatricdrugs/
“How do psychiatric drugs work?” Joanna Moncrieff and David Cohen British Medical Journal 2009; 338
www.mentalhealth.freeuk.com/howwork.pdf



MIND “Coping With Coming Off” Study
www.mind.org.uk/help/information_and_advice, www.portlandhearingvoices.net/fi les/
MINDUKCopingWithComingOffPsychiatricDrugs2005.pdf
My Self Management Guide to Psychiatric Medications
Association des Groupes d’Intervention pour la Défense des Droits en Santé Mentale du Québec
Peer Statement on Medication Optimization and Alternatives
http://bit.ly/h1T3Fk
Take These Broken Wings: Recovery From Schizophrenia without Medication - film
http://www.iraresoul.com/dvd1.html
Practice Recovery
www.practicerecovery.com


Ressources générales


Alliance for Human Research Protection
http://ahrp.blogspot.com/
Alternatives Beyond Psychiatry
edited by Peter Stastny and Peter Lehmann
www.peter-lehmann-publishing.com/books/without.htm


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Daniel Mackler
www.iraresoul.com/
Manufacturing Depression: The Secret History of a Modern Disease by Gary Greenberg, Simon & Schuster 2010 www.garygreenbergonline.
Com/
Harm Reduction Coalition
www.harmreduction.org
Hearing Voices Network
www.hearing-voices.org
Hearing Voices Network USA
www.hearingvoicesusa.org
The Heart and Soul of Change, Second Edition: Delivering What Works in Therapy. Duncan, Barry et. al, eds.
American Psychological Association, 2009.
Law Project for Psychiatric Rights
www.psychrights.org
International Hearing Voices Network
www.intervoiceonline.org
International Network Towards Alternatives
and Recovery
www.intar.org
Philip Dawdy
www.furiousseasons.com
Pat Deegan
www.patdeegan.com
Emotional CPR
www.emotional-cpr.org/
Factsheets and Booklets
by MIND UK
www.mind.org.uk/Information/Factsheets
Foundation for Excellence in Mental Health Care
www.femhc.org
Mad In America: Bad Science, Bad Medicine, and the Enduring Mistreatment of the Mentally Ill
par Robert Whitaker, Perseus Publishing


Mad In America
www.madinamerica.com
Madness Radio: Voices and Visions From
Outside Mental Health
www.madnessradio.com
MIND National Association for Mental Health (UK)
www.mind.org.uk
The Mood Cure: The 4-Step Program to Rebalance Your Emotional Chemistry and Rediscover Your Natural Sense of Well-Being
par Julia Ross, Viking Adult publishers, 2002.
National Coaliton for Mental Health Recovery
www. ncmhr.org/
National Resource Center on Psychiatric Advance Directives
www.nrc-pad.org
Open Dialogue
www.dialogicpractice.net
Peter Lehmann Publishing
www.peter-lehmann-publishing.com
Portland Hearing Voices
www.portlandhearingvoices.net
Recent advances in Understanding Mental Illness and Psychotic Experiences: A Report by The British Psychological Society Division of Clinical Psychology
www.freedom-center.org/pdf/
britishpsychologicalsocietyrecentadvances.pdf
Ron Unger
http://recoveryfromschizophrenia.org/
Self-Injurer’s Bill Of Rights
www.selfi njury.org/docs/brights.html
Soteria Associates
www.moshersoteria.com
Soteria Alaska
http://soteria-alaska.com/
Trauma and Recovery The Aftermath of Violence--from Domestic Abuse to Political Terror
par Judith Herman
Universal Declaration of Mental Rights and
Freedoms
www.adbusters.org
Venus Rising Association for Transformation
www.shamanicbreathwork.org
Voices of the Heart
www.voicesoftheheart.net/
Healing Schizophrenia: Using Medication Wisely
par John Watkins, Michelle Anderson Publishing 2006.
Wellness Recovery Action Plan
par Mary Ellen Copeland
www.mentalhealthrecovery.com
Will Hall
www.willhall.net
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Etudes scientifiques


“Are Bad Sleeping Habits Driving Us Mad?” Emma Young, New Scientist, 18 February 2009
“Are Schizophrenia Drugs Always Needed?” Benedict Carey, The New York Times, March 21, 2006
www.freedom-center.org/pdf/
NYT3-21-06AreSchizophreniaDrugsAlwaysNeeded.pdf
“Atypical Antipsychotics in the Treatment of Schizophrenia: Systematic Overview and Meta-regression Analysis” John Geddes, et al.,British Medical Journal. 2000; 321:1371-1376 (2 December). Cited in “Leading Drugs for Psychosis Come Under New Scrutiny” Erica Goode, The New York Times, May 20, 2003
“Illness Risk Following Rapid Versus Gradual Discontinuation of Antidepressants” RJ Baldessarini, American Journal of Psychiatry, 167:934–941, 2010
“Effects of the Rate of Discontinuing Lithium Maintenance Treatment in Bipolar Disorders” RJ Baldessarini, Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 57:441-8, 1996
“The Diagnosis and Management of Benzodiazepine
Dependence” Heather Ashton, Current Opinion in Psychiatry 18(3):249-255, May 2005
“Brain Volume Changes After Withdrawal of Atypical Antipsychotics in Patients with First-episode Schizophrenia” G. Boonstra, et al., J Clin Psychopharmacol. Apr;31(2):146-53 2011
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Drug-Induced Dementia: A Perfect Crime
Grace E. Jackson MD, AuthorHouse 2009
“The Emperor’s New Drugs: An Analysis of Antidepressant Medication Data Submitted to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration” by Irving Kirsch, et. al.. Prevention & Treatment. July; 5(1) 2002
“Is Active Psychosis Neurotoxic?” T. H. McGlashan Schizophrenia Bulletin vol. 32 no. 2006
“Factors Involved in Outcome and Recovery in Schizophrenia Patients Not on Antipsychotic Medications: A 15-Year Multifollow-Up Study” Martin Harrow and Thomas H. Jobe, Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease. 195(5):406-414 May 2007
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OutcomeFactors.pdf

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“Empirical correction of seven myths about schizophrenia with implications for treatment.” C. Harding Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 384, suppl., 14-16, 1994
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Mother Jones. 2003; http://bit.ly/MDUbQl
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“Long-term Antipsychotic Treatment and Brain Volumes” Beng-Choon Ho, et al. Arch Gen Psychiatry. 68, 2011
“Long-Term Follow-Up Studies of Schizophrenia”
by Brian Koehler
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MIND Coping With Coming Off Study
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or http://snipurl.com/MINDComingOffStudy
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The Myth of the Chemical Cure
Joanna Moncrieff, Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.
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Medications” David Cohen, Ph.D www.ahrp.org/about/CohenPsychMed0504.pdf
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Nicola G. Cascella. et al. Schizophr Bull doi: 10.1093/schbul/sbp055 2009
Evelyn Pringle
www.opednews.com/author/author58.html
Psychiatric Drugs
Dr. Caligari, 1984
“Psychiatric Drugs as Agents of Trauma “ Charles L. Whitfield, The International Journal of Risk & Safety in Medicine 22 (2010)
“Psychiatric Drug Promotion and the Politics of Neoliberalism” by Joanna Moncrieff
The British Journal of Psychiatry. 2006; 188: 301-302. doi: 10.1192/bjp.188.4.301
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“Are There Schizophrenics for Whom Drugs May be Unnecessary or Contraindicated?” M. Rappaport,
International Pharmacopsychiatry 13, 100-11, 1978
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the Advertisements and the Scientific Literature” J.R. Lacasse and J. Leo PLoS Med. 2005; 2(12): e392 doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.0020392
“Soteria and Other Alternatives to Acute Psychiatric Hospitalization: A Personal and Professional Review”
Loren Mosher Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. 1999; 187:142-149
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Les professionnels de la santé qui nous ont conseillés

Bien qu’illes ne soient pas co-auteurs, les professionnel(le)s de santé suivant sont expérimenté(e)s dans l’aide aux personnes désirant décrocher des médicaments psychotropes. Ils ont examiné ce guide, et nous les remercions pour leur implication :

Ed Altwies PsyD
David Anick MD, PhD
Marino Center for Integrative Health
Ron Bassman, PhD
Author, A Fight To Be: A Psychologist’s Experience from Both Sides of the Locked Door
Alexander Bingham, PsyD
Patrick Bracken, MD
Co-author, Post-Psychiatry, Mental Health in a Postmodern World
Christopher Camilleri, MD
Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health
Michael Cornwall, PhD
David Cohen, PhD
Co-author, Your Drug May Be Your Problem
Celine Cyr
Gaining Autonomy with Medication
Patricia Deegan, PhD
CommonGround
Jacqui Dillon
Hearing Voices Network UK
Kelley Eden, MS, ND
Neil Falk, MD
Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare
Daniel Fisher, MD
National Empowerment Center
Mark Foster, MD
Clear Minds
Chris Gordon, MD
Massachusetts General Hospital
Jen Gouvea, PhD, MSW
Engaged Heart Flower Essences
Mark Green MD
Westbridge Community Service
Nazlim Hagmann, MD
Lee Hurter
NADA Certified Acupuncturist
Gianna Kali
Publisher, Beyond Meds website
Peter Lehmann
Editor, Coming off Psychiatric Drugs: Successful Withdrawal from Neuroleptics, Antidepressants, Lithium, Carbamazepine and Tranquilizers
Bruce Levine, PhD
Author, Surviving America’s Depression Epidemic: How to Find Morale, Energy, and Community in a World Gone Crazy
Bradley Lewis, MD, PhD
Author, Narrative Psychiatry
Krista Mackinnon
Practice Recovery
Daniel Mackler, LCSW
Director, Take These Broken Wings


Rufus May, Dclin
Evolving Minds Bradford, UK
Elissa Mendenhall, ND
Renee Mendez, RN
Windhorse Associates
Dawn Menken, PhD
Process Work Institute
Arnold Mindell, PhD
Author, ProcessMind: A User’s Guide to
Connecting with the Mind of God
Joanna Moncrieff, MD
Author, The Myth of the Chemical Cure: A Critique of Psychiatric Drug Treatment
Pierre Morin, MD, PhD
Lutheran Community Services
Matthew Morrissey, MFT
Co-Editor, Way Out Of Madness: Dealing
With Your Family After You’ve Been Diagnosed
With A Psychiatric Disorder
Sharna Olfman, PhD
Author, Bipolar Children: Cutting-Edge Controversy, Insights, and Research
Catherine Penney, RN
Dante’s Cure: A Journey Out of Madness
Judith E. Pentz, MD
Maxine Radcliffe, RN
Action Medics
Myriam Rahman, MA, DiplPW
Process Work Institute
Lloyd Ross, PhD
Judith Schreiber, LCSW
Soteria Associates
Michael Smith, MD, Licensed Acupuncturist
National Acupuncture Detoxification Association
Susan Smith, Intrinsic Coach
Proactive Planning
Claudia Sperber, Licensed Acupuncturist
Linda Star Wolf
Venus Rising Association for Transformation
Peter Stastny, MD
International Network Towards
Alternatives for Recovery
Sandra Steingard, MD
Ted Sundlin, MD
Jefferson Behavioral Health
Philip Thomas, MD
Co-author, Post-Psychiatry, Mental Health in a Postmodern World
Krista Tricarico, ND
Toby Watson, PsyD
Associated Psychological Health Services
Barbara Weinberg, RN, Licensed Acupuncturist
Charles Whitfield, MD
Author, Not Crazy: You May Not Be Mentally Ill
Damon Williams, RN, PMHNP-BC
Laughing Heart LLC
Paris Williams, PhD
Author, Rethinking Madness: Towards a Paradigm Shift in Our Understanding and Treatment of Psychosis


Sommaire

I. Introduction

II. Réduction des effets nocifs

III. Nous sommes tous différents

IV. Regard critique sur les 'troubles mentaux' et la psychiatrie

V. Sevrage - introduction

VI. Psychotropes et cerveau

VII. Risques des psychotropes pour la santé

VIII. Effets du sevrage

IX. Avant de commencer un sevrage

X. Stratégies alternatives

XI. Etape par étape

XII. Considérations spéciales

XIII. Perspectives

Annexes : Bibliographie et remerciements

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