I’ll be serving as director for a new activism project called “Stop the Psychiatric Abuse of Children” or SPAC, as described in Peter Breggin’s article at Mad in America.
Peter and I will be publicly launching the SPAC project on his Progressive Radio Network (PRN.FM) program on Wednesday, June 12, 2019, at 4:00 PM EST. Please join us on the air with your calls (888-874-4888).
Here’s the recorded discussion I had with Peter Breggin on the healing value of exploring both the personal and archetypal levels of dreams, including when people are in extreme states. I share a unique and practical teaching on understanding dreams that Carl Jung shared with my mentor, John Weir Perry.
When I’m the guest on Peter Breggin’s radio show tomorrow (Wednesday, November 14, 2018) at 4:00 PM EST, I’ll be sharing a unique teaching on the archetypal and personal dimensions of dreams from Carl Jung, that Jung personally passed on to my mentor, John Weir Perry. Please join me with my dear friend Peter, and call in with your dreams too!
I’ll be the guest on Dr. Peter Breggin’s Radio program on Wednesday June 13th, from 4:00-5:00 PM, Eastern time. We’ll be discussing my new article that’s posted here on my website titled, “Merciful Love Can Help Relieve the Emotional Suffering of Extreme States.”
With guest psychologist Michael Cornwall, who himself as been through madness, this is the most profound examination of psychosis, its causes and healing, you will ever hear. Frightening warnings with an even more positive message. Listen and pass it on. The Dr. Peter Breggin Hour – Psychosis and Healing – 03/12/14
What if people struggling with madness could explore their emotions in a supportive sanctuary? Do frightening ‘psychotic’ experiences have the power to transform and heal? Is breakdown also breakthrough? Michael Cornwall became a therapist after surviving his own crisis — without medication or psychiatric treatment. For more than 30 years he has worked in the tradition of Carl Jung and R.D. Laing to support people to go through psychotic states in medication-free community settings, including John Weir Perry’s Diabasis House in the 1970s.