Psychout-Specific Thinktank This thread is for people to brainstorm - free of consequence - on the psychout idea. I'd prefer it not be filled with nay-sayers telling us not to bother, but if you have a real criticism it's certainly welcome. Equally welcome are a variety of ideas regarding how we might undermine the mission of the CCHR. If I may start the debates out - and feel free to go in a different direction - a bit point of contention is whether we ought to involve 'psychs' (psychologists, psychiatrists, and mental health professionals) in our movement at all. I know the APA has generally decided it's best to ignore the CCHR altogether, so it would be a hard sell to get the involved in the first place. But is it worth making APA members aware of what we're doing? Is it wise to open up dialogue with them? Or would that be a footbullet on our part? A similar question might be asked regarding Big Pharma. They're even less popular than psychiatrists, and are attacked by the CCHR as often as psychiatrists themselves - and they have far deeper pockets. Pros: They might actually be willing and able to run ads in major publications like the New York Times; Cons: They're big pharma.