“Listening to Prozac” is a book that explores the ethics of prescribing a new class of antidepressants that makes patients “better than well.”
Ann Cvetkovich combines memoir and critical essay to challenge us to think beyond the medical model of depression.
This text forces us to take a close look at some of our deeply held assumptions about the academy and those who are included within.
With raw honesty, Lisa Johnson tells of her lived experience with borderline personality disorder.
This remarkable memoir tells of Dr. Carol North’s recovery from schizophrenia.
Slater suffered from a variety of mental illness symptoms when prescribed Prozac and her reaction to the drug was miraculous.
My academic interest in mental illness is informed by my own struggles with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
People who suffer from manic-depressive illness and those who are creative appear to share certain features.
The author weaves his vast experience working with mood disorders into a readable, personal, and thoughtful account of these conditions.
This book aims to demonstrate how, regrettably, Western conceptions of mental illness have been exported successfully across the globe.