I have a friend who literally got pssd from mirtazapine, quite severe too. Well in this case it technically isn’t pssd but that’s the most convenient term for it at the moment.
I often see people on this forum recommending drugs like wellbutrin and mirtazapine because they believe they won’t cause damage just because they aren’t ssris or antipsychotics. Unfortunately it seems like many psych drugs that aren’t ssris or antipsychotics have the capability of causing permanent damage. Keep in mind that the classification of drugs is quite arbitrary and can therefore be misleading. I’ve been very surprised in the past when investigating a drug and finding that its affinity values (which are easily found in the pharmacology section in wikipedia articles) aren’t entirely represented by its classification at all.