Judi Chamberlin

In the 1960’s Judi Chamberlin began her paradigm-shifting work as one of the central founders of the psychiatric survivors movement after a period of involuntarily confinement in a psychiatric institution. Chamberlin is most known for her pioneering work in creating centers for peer advocacy, advancing the rights of people with psychiatric disabilities, and leading the shift in the narrative around coercive mental health care.

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