Check out this resource from: The Association for Women in Psychology
Mission: To provide information for people (including but not limited to professionals and journalists) about biases and other problems in psychiatric diagnosis, an especially important goal in light of the American Psychiatric Association’s preparation for the 2013 publication of the next edition of the psychiatric diagnostic manual.
NEWS FLASH 1. Psychdiagnosis.net – website about bias in psychiatric diagnosis, including stories about people harmed in a wide variety of ways by receiving such a diagnosis and including six kinds of solutions to problems resulting from psychiatric labeling
2. Click Here for an important article in New Scientist about problems in the preparation for DSM-V
3. Click here to go to a website that is presented as allowing anyone who wants to make suggestions about DSM-V to do so.
Note: AWP’s Committee on Bias in Psychiatric Diagnosis does not know what plans may have been made by the DSM-V authors to consider these suggestions.
4. Call for papers for a special issue of Social Science and Medicine, Sociology of Diagnosis
5. PSYCHOUT – A conference for organizing Resistance against Psychiatry – Call for submissionsIntroduction: