Colonel Bart Billings, Psychologist—Help our Veterans, Don’t Label & Drug Them
|Date:||Apr 23 2015|
|Category:||Mental Health, Psych Drugs, Psychiatric Abuse, PTSD|
Colonel Bart Billings is a military psychologist (retired after 34 years of military service) who started the first U.S. annual conference on Combat Stress more than 25 years ago. In all his years of practice with military and Vets diagnosed “PTSD” he has never once had to prescribe a mind-altering psychiatric drug and says the term PTSD is not a “mental illness” but simply a normal reaction to an abnormal event, or circumstances (combat/war) and that drugging our troops is not the solution.
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