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CCHR Says Minority Mental Health Month May Spell Mental Health Slavery

While July is recognized as Minority Mental Health Month, Rev. Frederick Shaw, spokesperson for the Citizens Commission on Human Rights International (CCHR) warns that it can be used to stigmatize ...

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Anesthetic that Killed Michael Jackson Used as Experimental “Depression” Drug: CCHR Warns of Treatments That Can Induce, Not Prevent Suicide

Anesthetics that induce a loss of sensation and awareness are being used as experimental drugs to treat depression, with a recent study using propofol—the anesthetic that killed Michael Jackson. Mental ...

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CCHR Says Psychiatrists Got it Wrong on Electroshock ‘Treatment’ in Wall Street Journal

    Psychiatrists’ misleading claims could deny consumers evidence of ECT’s real damage, inducing suicide By Jan Eastgate President, CCHR International The Mental Health Industry Watchdog July 2, 2019 In ...

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CCHR Warns About Antidepressant “Nasal Spray,” Esketamine (Spravato), Use on Veterans

By Jan Eastgate, President CCHR International The Mental Health Industry Watchdog June 26, 2019 Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) is concerned that President Trump is being misled about a ...

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CCHR Says Federal and State Investigations Needed into Soaring Psychotropic Drug Use, Suicides and Violence

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The Hoax of Biologically Caused Depression

Psychiatry and pharmaceutical companies have increasingly pushed the theory that depression has a biological, even genetic cause. However, Science Alert online made this bold statement recently, “New research on depression ...

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But if mental disorders diseases, why can't the “mental specialists” (psychologists and psychiatrists) cure them?

Mental Illness…Fraud or Fact?

Interestingly, mental illness is not considered curable by those who supposedly treat it. In fact, according to the Psychiatric Bible (The DSM), there are hundreds of mental disorders. And not ...

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Studies have shown that people tend to believe whatever their doctor tells them. This is sometimes called “white coat syndrome.”

Don’t Psychiatrists know what they’re talking about?

Studies have shown that people tend to believe whatever their doctor tells them. This is sometimes called “white coat syndrome.” And despite numerous articles equating this with a blood pressure ...

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Black Box Warning on Sleep Aids is not Enough

Federal health regulators announced in April 2019 that manufacturers of certain sleeping pills must now include a “black box” warning alerting consumers of the potential for serious or life-threatening side ...

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CCHR Calling for Stronger Informed Consent When Prescribing Psychiatric Drugs

A recent study of 620,000 people in the U.S. has summarily debunked the claim that depression is genetic in origin. [1] “This study confirms that efforts to find a single ...

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