Through extensive research, documentation, and oral histories-Vanessa Jackson unpacks scientific racism, segregated hospitals, and the erasure of Black experiences in psych survivor movement (consumer, ex-patient, peers).
Issues of Race and Ethnicity is qualitative research study focused on how BIPOC mental health consumers navigate and experience racism within both the mental health system and the psychiatric survivors movement.
Psychiatric abuse, forced sterilization, experimental surgeries, and manual labor are some of the “treatments” received by Black mental health patients in psychiatric wards post-Civil-War to the 1960s.
This report highlights models and best practices used by states to address crisis with reduced or no police involvement.
The goal of this guide is to provide a range of different stakeholders with information and best practices for peer support and leadership in early intervention for psychosis administrators, clinical directors, peer and family advocates, young people, and early intervention planning committee members, as well as researchers and others with an interest in youth and […]