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Dr. E. Fuller Torrey Videos(and a few others)

(These are links to appearances. Most are now on YouTube)


CSPAN: Book TV: E. Fuller Torrey "The Insanity Offense"
10 min - May 4, 2009 - Uploaded by BookTV
Research psychiatrist, E. Fuller Torrey, contends that the mentally ill have been mis-treated and recounts how many were released ...


Presentation to Advocates for better care in California
Dr. Torrey - Cause of Untreated Mental Illness 2.AVI
Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CdznRIPOuwA&feature=mfu_in_order&list=UL
Part 2 of E. Fuller Torrey, MD, The "Future of Psychiatric Part 2Services in California If Public Policy Does Not Change" July 24, 2010 ...

Presentation, Association of Health Care Journalists. March, 2008:
Violence and Mental Illness: How Strong is the Link?
4 min - Apr 10, 2008 -

Research psychiatrist E. Fuller Torrey talked about his book,[The Insanity Offense: How America's Failure to Treat the Seriously
45 min - Jun 23, 2008

CNN January 11
Dr. Torrey compares Jared Loughner's symptoms to those of people with schizophrenia

Al Jazeera
Brilliant report on the problem of jailing the mentally ill in USA (includes Dr. Torrey)

Explanation and importance of Assisted Outpatient Treatment
By Carla Jacobs, California Treatment Advocacy Coaliton
Featuring Michael Biasotti, New Windsor Police Chief: Barbara Biasotti, Therapist and mother of someone with mental illness; Dr. E. Fuller Torrey

News Segment: Mental Health Patient Relates To Loughner
Jan 14, 2011

NYS Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther interviews DJ Jaffe on Kendra's Law
January 2011



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