NetGalley has selected James Davies’ Cracked – Why Psychiatry is Doing More Harm Than Good as one of the ten best books of 2013.
“James Davies’ timely expose of the psychiatry industry makes for fascinating and thought-provoking reading. Using his insider knowledge to illustrate for a general readership how psychiatry has put riches and medical status above patients’ well-being, Davies shows a real flair for the polemic, as well as a real sympathy for the senstivity of the subject.”
James spoke for over 30 minutes on The Leonard Lopate Show on WNYC radio station. Click here to hear this interview. During his time there, he has also given a lecture at Colombia University and met several patients and groups actively critical of psychiatry.
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James gave the keynote on his previous book, Emotions in the Field. A group of scholars in Germany have decided to use the findings of Emotions in the Field as the backdrop to their project, The Researcher’s Affects. To find out more about this, click here
To attend James’ talk on 13 August at 4pm click here