Dr. Breggin’s Upcoming Public Presentations
May 1-2, 2009, Los Angeles, California
On May 1, 2009 Dr. Breggin will offer a full-day workshop on psychopharmacology and better alternatives, including a critique of modern biological psychiatry. On the following day he will give a one hour plenary critique of psychiatric drugs and better alternatives for treating stress. Both presentations are at the 17th Annual International Military and Civilian Combat Stress Conference. (April 30 through May 4, 2009 at the Courtyard by Marriott at Marina del Rey in Los Angeles, California). This Combat Stress Conference is the longest running and one of the best of its kind in the world, and deals with both military stress and civilian reactions to disaster. Information: http://tservcsc.bizhosting.com with registration. Phone # 800 547-2736.
June 25-28, 2009, Tucson, Arizona
Dr. Breggin is a keynote speaker at the annual North American Society of Adlerian Psychology conference in Tucson, Arizona at the La Paloma Resort, June 25th-28th, 2009. The theme of the conference is “Reclaiming Our Children.” On Friday June 26 he will address the dangers of psychiatric drugs for children and the role the Psychopharmaceutical Complex in pushing medications. He will also describe what children really need from parents, teachers, and society. Information at www.alfredadler.org.
October 9-11, 2009, Annual ICSPP Conference, Syracuse, New York
This is the best way to hear and to meet Dr. Breggin as well as dozens of like-minded professionals who present each year at the national conference of the International Center for the Study of Psychiatry and Psychology (ICSPP.org). This is a truly exciting and inspiring event for professionals and the general public—for anyone devoted to reform in psychology, psychiatry and the mental health system. The details of the October 2009 conference will soon be released on ICSPP.org. In the meanwhile, reserve this weekend for the most interesting conference you will ever attend in the field psychology, psychiatry and human services.