There is more to this story than a paper with a tiny sample of people — yes, just 14 — landing in The New York Times.
Benedict Carey is an excellent reporter and he looks at the Hearing Voices Network, which attempts to help people with psychosis without labels like patients. And without medications.
Here’s the link for “An Alternative Form of Mental Health Care Gains a Foothold”:
And, yes, the article closes by mentioning a Psychiatric Services paper with an n of 14.
Quick question: if we were talking about a group promoting, say, breast cancer treatment without chemo or radiation, would they have gotten so much attention?