I particularly like these points:
"Between 1994 and 2003, the number of children in the USA diagnosed with bipolar disorder increased 40-fold. Are we pathologising normal feelings and behaviour? Worse, our methods locate the fault (typically presumed to be neurochemical or genetic) in the child—rather than the environments that create distress and misbehaviour."
"If psychiatry is to retain its claim to rationality, it must allow patients, including children, to be heard, and not merely drugged."