Healing Veterans: Paula Caplan

Madness Radio interview

How can we truly help combat veterans facing the aftermath of war? Is veteran trauma a sign of mental illness, or a healthy response to violent situations? Are medications and therapy the answer? Paula Caplan, author of When Johnny and Jane Come Marching Home: How All of Us Can Help Veterans, discusses healing the wounds of war by listening to the stories of veterans in our communities. See: When Johnny and Jane come marching home and Paula Caplan.net

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Posts on Beyond Meds by Paula Caplan:

●  Dr. Paula Caplan on how psychiatrists decide who’s normal

●  Stop the DSM5: two actions to take now

●  Emotional Healing Without Pathologizing or Drugging: a veterans day post

●  Full Disclosure Needed About Psychiatric Drugs That Shorten Life

●  What’s Wrong With This Picture? Psychiatrists’ Focus on Drugs and Emotional Distance: by Paula Caplan

●  Military Families and Psychiatry

●  When Johnny and Jane Come Marching Home: how all of us can help veterans

● Fattened by pills

Books by Paula Caplan:

● The Myth of Women’s Masochism: with a new preface by the author

When Johnny and Jane Come Marching Home: How All of Us Can Help Veterans

They Say You’re Crazy: How The World’s Most Powerful Psychiatrists Decide Who’s Normal

Bias In Psychiatric Diagnosis

Thinking Critically about Research on Sex and Gender (3rd Edition)