Psychotropic Drug Resources and Links
Below you will find a plethora of resources related to psychotropic medication intended to provide you with comprehensive information about psychotropic medication and therapy. Remember, the best person to ask specific psychotropic medication questions to is a qualified health professional.
GoodTherapy.org Articles About Psychotropic Medication:
Therapy and Psychotropic Medication:
Risks and Efficacy of Psychotropic Medication:
- Freedom Center's Harm Reduction Guide for Coming off Psychiatric Drugs - A 40-page guide written by Will Hall and published by The Icarus Project and Freedom Center, offering information about reducing or stopping psychiatric medications. The guide is not meant to instruct anyone to stop taking psychiatric medications, but rather aims to educate consumers about their options if they decide to explore going off of psychotropic medications.
- BehaveNet - The Web's most comprehensive encyclopedic taxonomy of psychiatric drugs (including drugs of abuse), diagnoses (including diagnostic criteria), terminology and notable people with references to associated media and other resources.
- PBS Frontline: The Medicated Child - Aired in 2008, Marcela Gaviria of FRONTLINE interviews doctors, government regulators, and researchers to explore the benefits, risks, and questions around prescribing psychotropic medication to children.
Click here for specific information about common psychotropic medications and the GoodTherapy.org Position on Psychotropic Medication.
Last Update: 07-06-2012