Los Angeles, CA. Nov. 14-16, 2014
Grace Jackson, MD: Author of the massive work “Drug Induced Dementia, The Perfect Crime,” and “Rethinking Psychiatric Drugs: A Guide To Informed Consent,” both of these books should be on every psychotherapist’s bookshelf. Dr. Jackson has done extensive research into the toxicity of psychiatric medications and their long-term complications. Dr. Jackson explores the current crises in medical ethics and the need to protect patients and clinicians who are involved in drug free care. Dr. Jackson will be giving an exciting two hour presentation on Friday morning of the Conference which should not be missed.Lloyd Ross North American Director, International Society For Ethical Psychology & Psychiatry e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Jackson is a Board certified psychiatrist. Dr. Jackson completed her psychiatric internship and residency in the U.S. Navy, with subsequent assignment to Bethesda Naval Hospital as a staff physician. Dr. Jackson has lectured widely in Europe and the United States, speaking about “The Unintended Consequences of Developing Biotechnologies”; “The History and Philosophyof Attention Deficit Disorder”; “Drug-Induced Psychiatric Emergencies”; and “The Limitations of Biological Psychiatry”. She has spoken at international conferences featuring highly respected cl inicians, such as Dr. David Healy( The Antidepressant Era and The Creation of Psychopharmacology) ; Dr. David Stein (Rital in Is Not The Answer); and Dr. Bertram Karon(Psychotherapy of Schizophrenia: The Treatment of Choice).