Introduction to collaborations

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Collaborations (updated 01/04/2013)

 

This section is intended to all professionals who, due to the nature of their work, are in close relation with mental illnesses. Of course and foremost, it is intended to all the professionals of multidisciplinary teams of psychiatric assistance: psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, social workers, occupational therapists, etc. But also other professionals who don’t strictly work on psychiatry but keep a frequent relation with it: primary care physicians, medical examiners, judges, educators, spiritual guiders, sociologists, etc.

 

We urge all this persons to participate and assist to the production of this webpage sending collaborations, be it scientific articles or think pieces or even complete works considered of general interest on psychiatry that could be included in the Download section.

 

E-mail address: colaboraciones@nuevapsiquiatria.es

Articles of collaborations

  • Letter to a young psychologist with premature syndrome of burn-out

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  • “Brief History of Psychiatry” or “The Origin of a Nonsense”

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  • Psychiatric Terrorism

    Amazing testimony of a patient about reprehensible psychiatric interventions which occur in daily p...

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  • Deficient Spanish current legislation about no-liability by mental illness

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  • GUIDEBOOK OF HYPERIA

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  • EPILEPSY, MENTAL ILLNESS, MYSTICISM AND ARTISTIC CREATIVITY

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  • Collaboration of R.G.

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  • Insisting on the change of paradigm

    Am enthousiastic reader send us the following though about NEWPSYCHIATRY as a possible new paradigm....

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  • Do you recommend using drugs to trigger hyperic experiences?

    Many readers ask whether it is advisable to use recreational drugs to experience hyperic experienc...

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  • Epidemic Mental Diseases

    There are really epidemic mental diseases?...

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  • At last mad

    Description of self-experience of a manic crisis and the subsequent depression...

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