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Memorial created 01-18-2010 by
National Coalition for Mental Health Recovery
Judi Chamberlin
October 30 1944 - January 16 2010

Judi was a prolific thinker, speaker, and writer.

Below is a partial selection of Judi's writings and talks, as well as interviews with her and articles about her. Feel free to suggest any additions by emailing to info@ncmhcso.org.

Judi's Book: On Our Own

Judi's Blog: Life as a Hospice Patient

Judi received a lifetime service award and gave her last public talk October 31, 2009 at the Alternatives Conference in Omaha, NE



New York Times Obituary (January 26, 2010) 

Washington Post Obituary (January 21, 2010)

Boston Globe Obituary (January 20, 2010)

NPR: Advocate for People with Mental Illnesses Dies (article)
Audio version

NCMHCSO News Release


Tribute Book: Celebration of a Life

Audio: Advocate for others fights to die at home 

Video: 41 Days of Shock Ban: Richard Cohen tribute

Video: David Oaks Video Tribute to Judi



A Talk with Judi Chamberlin

 Judi debates E. Fuller Torrey

Off Our Backs Interview with Judi Chamberlin

Audio: MindFreedom Radio Interview

Audio: Madness Radio Interview

Video: Address given at the WPA meeting in Dresden (2007)

The Ex-Patients' Movement: Where We've Been and Where We're Going

Confessions of a Non-compliant Patient

Judi Chamberlin is 1995 Pike Prize Recipient and Remarks

A Working Definition of Empowerment

Citizenship, Rights and Psychiatric Disability

What I did on My Summer Vacation, or, Some Thoughts on Survivor-Activism Worldwide

On the Road with Judi Chamberlin: Six Countries in Four Weeks!

Self-Help Programs: A Description of Their Characteristics and Their Members.

An Interview with Judi Chamberlin in the Bulletin (p. 10)



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