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Psychiatry and Anti-Psychiatry
Cooper, DavidPublisher: Tavistock Publications, London, United Kingdom
Year Published: 1970 First Published: 1967
Resource Type: Book
Cooper argues that mainstream psychiatry has developed techniques that are largely irrelevant to the human situation. He proposes a radical social re-evaluation of the whole concept of 'madness' and outlines a new approach to the psychological problems of personal relationships.
Table of Contents
1. Violence and psychiatry
2. Families and schizophrenia
3. Studying one family
4. The invalid, his family, and the ward
5. Villa 21 - an experiment in anti-psychiatry
Appendix: The question of results: an ironic addendum
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