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Do Antidepressants Work? By Robert Whitaker In late February, newspapers in the UK and elsewhere announced that a new meta-analysis published in Lancet had proven, once and for all, that “antidepressants work.” The lead author of the paper, Andrea Cipriani, and other psychiatrists from the Royal College of Psychiatry in the UK, declared that this was a definitive study, and that
Psychiatric Drugs and Spirituality Editor I have never met this psychiatrist, but I already love him! This talk is so powerful, heartfelt and full of love and good sense. I hope it blesses you as it has me. Every counselor, therapist, provider, patient and person that cares about spreading love should take the