• Dr Sandra Steingard visits Critical Psychiatry Talks

    In the third episode of the series, we invite Dr Sandra Steingard. She worked for over 25 years in community mental health service in Vermont, USA.

    In this session, she outlines an overview of her career and describes how and when she became more critical in her views. She explained the influence of different approaches such as open dialogue. She also is the editor of the recently published book, “Clinical Psychiatry: Controversies and Clinical Implications” published by Springer.

    If you are a critically minded trainee or junior doctor, and you wish to join these sessions (live), drop us an email at cpnt.committee@gmail.com

    See you soon!

    Credits: Music by Luke Reilly

    40m | Nov 17, 2021
  • Professor Sami Timimi visits Critical Psychiatry talks

    In the second episode of the series, we invite Professor Sami Timimi, consultant psychiatrist, psychotherapist, researcher and author, and of course a member of the Critical Psychiatry Network (CPN).


    In this session, he outlines the themes from his recently published book Insane Medicine. He discussed the frailty of the psychiatric diagnostic system and the fact that several decades of apparent innovation have borne no fruit in terms of improved outcomes from treatment, amongst other captivating subjects.


    Here's a link to his website: https://www.samitimimi.co.uk/


    If you are a critically minded trainee or junior doctor, and you wish to join these sessions (live), drop us an email at cpnt.committee@gmail.com


    See you soon!


    Credits: Music by Luke Reilly

    1h 6m | Jul 29, 2021
  • Professor Joanna Moncrieff visits Critical Psychiatry Talks

    In the first episode of the series, we invite Professor Joanna Moncrieff, consultant psychiatrist, a part-time academic and author, and one of the founding members of the Critical Psychiatry Network (CPN).

    In this session, she talks about her experience in psychiatry training, how she became more critical of many aspects of the mainstream psychiatry practice and she goes into more detail about her interest in psychiatric drugs. She also explains her drug centred model, as opposed to the disease centred model.

    Here's a link to her blog: https://joannamoncrieff.com/

    If you are a critically minded trainee or junior doctor, and you wish to join these sessions (live), drop us an email at cpnt.committee@gmail.com

    See you soon!

    Credits: Music by Luke Reilly

    55m | Jul 12, 2021
  • Introduction to Critical Psychiatry Talks -

    In our pilot episode, we talk about what is the Critical Psychiatry Network (CPN), what is this podcast about, and who are the people behind it.

    If you would like to leave us a comment or to become part of the trainee network to participate in the live sessions, please drop us an email at cpnt.committee@gmail.com.

    Hope you enjoy these talks as much as we do :)

    16m | Jul 5, 2021
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