Critical psychiatry in practice

@article{Thomas2004CriticalPI,
  title={Critical psychiatry in practice},
  author={P. Thomas and P. Bracken},
  journal={Advances in Psychiatric Treatment},
  year={2004},
  volume={10},
  pages={361-370}
}
The ideas of critical psychiatry are influencing a growing number of psychiatrists in Britain and elsewhere. In this article we examine the origins and development of critical psychiatry over the past 25 years, through the work of philosophers such as Foucault and of critical social theorists such as Ingleby, Miller and Rose. We outline the important differences between critical psychiatry and anti-psychiatry. Finally, we examine the current status of critical psychiatry, and what is called… Expand
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