23rd Annual ISEPP Conference: Recorded

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23rd Annual ISEPP Conference: Recorded

Access the recording of the International Society for Ethical Psychology and Psychiatry's 23rd Annual Conference. CEUs are not available.

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About this event

This year's conference addressed the question, "How did we allow biological psychiatry to take a strangle hold of the struggles and diversity of humanity?" through the following six keynote presentations:

Lucy Johnstone, Ph.D., psychologist

Introduction to the Power Threat Meaning Framework: A Non-Diagnostic Conceptual System

Oksana Yakushko, Ph.D., psychologist

Eugenics and the History of Mental Mis-Treatments: The "Science of Racial Betterment," the Mentally Unfit, and Utopian Promises of Breeding the Super Race

David Edward Walker, Ph.D., psychologist

Domination Code and Generational Carry in Liberation Psychology

Kevin Washington (Mwata Kairi), Ph.D., psychologist

Afrikan Origins of the Study of the Psyche: Disrupting Western Corruption of Mental Health

Joe Tarantolo, M.D. & Grace Jackson, M.D., psychiatrists

Ethical Psychiatry: Not so easy, the struggle to practice ethical psychiatry in an unethical world - What is ethical psychiatry? A Dialogue between Two ISEPP Psychiatrists.

Mary Neal Vieten, Ph.D., ABPP, psychologist

The Medicalization of War Trauma: Who is served by this model? Panel with Warfighter Advance alumni

- We are unfortunately unable to offer CEUs with this recording -