The Baker Act and Your Rights as Parents

The Baker Act (Translation) John Eddy Sarmiento, Reporter: Since 1971 in the State of Florida there is a law that considers the possibility that any person could be mentally ill. ...

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Involuntary Commitment

Mental health worker gave patient Ecstasy in exchange for sex, police say

Wayne K. Roustan – Sun Sentinel Nov 2, 2015 A mental health worker at a state psychiatric facility in Pembroke Pines is accused of plying a recovering drug addict with ...

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Old Phone

Diagnosing Depression by Phone?

What will those psychologists and psychiatrists dream up next? According to a study done at Northwestern University, their latest is a “procedure” to diagnose patients for depression by looking at ...

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Mental Institutions: Still Hellish in 2015

When 5 mental health institutions in California were investigated recently, a scathing 900 page report resulted. This voluminous release exposed sexual, physical, mental and emotional damage to patients. In short, ...

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Is the Oregon Massacre Psychiatry’s Fault?

Innocent lives have been lost to yet another madman with a gun, this time at a community college in Oregon. As rational people, we know there has to be a ...

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Scattered Pills

Psychiatry Can’t Cure Mental Illness

Pretend you were enjoying a lovely skiing holiday and swished when you should have swooshed, resulting in a broken left foot. Logically, you’d visit a medical doctor and ask him ...

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Mental Institutions: – their Hellish History Part 2

During WWII volunteer service in state mental institutions was a requirement for some conscientious objectors. Warren Sawyer, who was a 23 year old pacifist, was appointed to Philadelphia State Hospital ...

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The Legalization of Marijuana Part 1 of 2

If you live here in Florida it’s not too early to be thinking about the 2016 election. Not the excitement of the well-publicized presidential race but the stealth movement working ...

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Mental Institutions: Their Hellish History – Part One

Nellie Bly risked her life when she feigned insanity and had herself committed to a New York mental institution in 1887. She was a reporter, and her purpose was to ...

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Psychiatrists Want More Research with Psychedelic Drugs?! – Part Two

The Earliest LSD “Research” Appropriately enough LSD’s creator, Swiss chemist Albert Hofmann an employee of Sandoz Laboratories, was the first person to experience a bad trip on LSD. Telling no ...

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