Mary Maddock

Mary Maddock campaigns for human rights in the 'mental health' system.


“It is perhaps unsurprising that passing 130 volts through brain cells designed to use tiny fractions of one volt should cause brain damage. It seems odd to have one branch of medicine working on better ways to prevent and treat seizures while another is intentionally causing them."

Viewpoint: New study on Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) - University of Liverpool News

Viewpoint: New study on Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) published on July 25 2013 John Read is Professor of Clinical Psychology in the University of Liverpool’s Institute of Psychology Health and Society A psychologist at the University of Liverpool has refuted claims made in a new study that Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) works because…Read More
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