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The Radical Psychology Network began in 1993 when two dozen people attended a conversation hour at an American Psychological Association convention. The topic: "Will Psychology Pay Attention to its Own Radical Critics?"

Today they have than 500 members in over three dozen countries -- psychologists & nonpsychologists, academics & practitioners, faculty & students, therapists & consumers-survivors.

Thier aim is to change the status quo of psychology. Challenging psychology's traditional focus on minor reform, they emphasise enhancing human welfare by working for fundamental social change. They claim that psychology itself has too often oppressed people rather than liberated them and they foster values to redress this balance

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