Michael Cornwall talks on compassionately helping people in extreme states

This talk was given at the recent R.D. Laing symposium at Asilomar. I shared my personal story of an encounter with extreme states, and talked about how compassionate loving support can bring hope and healing in even the most difficult experiences.

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Mad in America: Do Psychiatrists Harm their Patients out of Stupidity?

Hi All,

Here’s my new provocative article about why I think some psychiatrists unwittingly harm their patients, based on working alongside psychiatrists every day for 28 years!

Best wishes,

Michael

Mad in America: Emotional Pain and the Possibility of Finding Hope

Hi All,

Here’s my new essay about the value and necessity of finding hope when we feel trapped in unrelenting emotional pain – and how receiving the compassion of others can kindle that hope.

Best wishes,

Michael

How Parents Can Help Their Children Without Psychiatric Meds

Hi All,

Here’s an interview of me in Psychology Today exploring ways parents can help their children who are having problems without the use of psychiatric medications.

Michael