Psychologists Profit on Unending U.S. Wars by Teaching Positive Thinking to Soldiers — By Bruce Levine

Bruce E. Levine is a clinical psychologist and author of Surviving America’s Depression Epidemic: How to Find Morale, Energy, and Community in a World Gone Crazy (Chelsea Green Publishing). Published here on Beyond Meds with the author’s permission. Psychologists Profit on Unending U.S. Wars by Teaching Positive Thinking to Soldiers While U.S. military psychiatrists are… Continue Reading →

Liberation Psychology for the U.S. — Bruce Levine

From Z Magazine by Bruce E. Levine. (Permission to reprint from the author) Liberation Psychology for the U.S. Are we too demoralized to protest? The term “liberation psychology” was popularized by Ignacio Martin-Baró (1942-1989), the psychologist, priest, and activist who was assassinated in El Salvador by government troops. Martin-Baró focused on the oppression of his… Continue Reading →

Guest authors

This blog owes much of its success and influence to the great authors who chose to share their work here. Below are just a few of the more prolific contributors. There are links to their blogs or websites in the body of the posts where you can get more information about each author. There were… Continue Reading →

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