Professor Sami Timimi discusses why anti-depressants could cause suicide.
There has been a debate raging for many years about the causal link between anti-depressants and suicide. In the last year many people who had previously advocated for them have now retracted and are speaking out against the big pharmaceutical companies that have been pushing up their sales aggressively to psychiatry. One example here:
“Professor Roger Mulder, head of psychiatry at Otago University presented at two conferences to mark world suicide prevention day and, after having conducted a thorough review of the current evidence stated that psychiatry’s medical model of suicide prevention was “a 20- or 30-year experiment which hasn’t worked.”
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Here is a short video from Professor Sami Timini. A member of the International Critical Psychiatry Network and Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist and a Visiting Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry based in Lincoln, UK.