Welcome to ISEPP: The International Society for Ethical Psychology & Psychiatry
Welcome to the home page of The International
Society for Ethical Psychology and Psychiatry (ISEPP).
ISEPP is a non-profit 501 (c3) research and
education network focusing on the critical study of the mental health movement. We are primarily a network of professionals and individuals concerned with the impact of mental health theories upon public policy, therapeutic practices, individual well-being, and personal freedom.
Our varied membership includes psychiatrists, psychologists, professional clinical counselors, academic researchers, educators, lawyers, psychiatric survivors, concerned family members, other mental health professionals, and advocates. All are welcome.
We support one another, inform the media, the public, and fellow professionals regarding the risks entailed in the modern psychiatric treatment paradigm. Our annual conferences are a major outlet for cutting-edge information in mental health.
ISEPP is an independent organization which currently takes no monies from external sources.
ISEPP was previously known as ICSPP (International Center for the Study of Psychiatry and Psychology).
(Please note, our site is under construction.)
ISEPP Facebook Fan writes:
Today I called the psychiatrist who first labeled me as bipolar and drugged me out of my mind. He told me I should never stop meds, that my parents should place me in a group home, and that I would be a life long patient. I wanted to let him know that I won---I'm no longer on psychotropic drugs (3.5 years!), I have children, and I have just been accepted into a research 1 comprehensive PhD program with a chancellor's fellowship.
I win! I wanted to thank the ISEPP for what all of the work you do to promote approaches to the human experience without drugs. Life is not a disorder and thank you for getting the message out!
March 28, 2013
If you have questions or concerns about ISEPP, please contact:
Albert Galves, Ph.D.
2711 Sunrise Point Road, Las Cruces, NM 88011
If you have questions or concerns about this website, please contact:
- Maria Mangicaro