Child Death in Psychiatric Hospitals – Underreported Crime

Death of a child while under care of psychiatric hospital personnel reeks of the barbarism common when the lunatic asylums of the 19th and 18th centuries flourished in Europe. Yet ...

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Psychiatrists Want More Research with Psychedelic Drugs?!

Part One Psychiatrists have started fooling around again with research using LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide), Psilocybin (a naturally occurring psychedelic compound found in “magic mushrooms”) and MDMA (Ecstasy). In March ...

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Psychology Fails Validation Tests

Psychologists would like us to believe that the work they do is scientific. Dictionaries appear to have accepted this idea – “Psychology is the study of mind and behavior. It ...

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Psychiatry Admits Failure

Psychiatrist Richard Friedman reflects on American Psychiatry’s quandary in a recent NY Times Op Ed piece: “Despite a vast investment in basic neuroscience research and its rich intellectual promise, we ...

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CCHR Helps New Mexico Legislature Prevent Drugging of School Kids

April 7th, 2015 was a landmark day for parents and school kids in the state of New Mexico. On that day Governor Susana Martinez signed into law The Child Medication ...

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Tardive Dyskinesia: Disability Caused by Psychiatric Medication

Psychiatric drugs have long term side effects that can make a person’s life miserable. Tardive dyskinesia is one condition caused by many antipsychotic drugs. The victim of this condition grimaces, ...

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Mental Health Fraud in Florida

Mental Health Reform Bill Strengthened

Ironically, the “Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act,” legislation first introduced in 2013, was supposedly in response to the deadly school shootings in Newtown, Connecticut. Possibly legislators Tim Murphy ...

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Deep Brain Stimulation – Another Psychiatric Torture Treatment Emerging

Psychiatrists are the first to admit they don’t really understand what causes the mental conditions they have labeled as disorders. They also freely admit they don’t really know why a ...

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ADHD Research Proves Movement Helps Kids Think

Children who have been diagnosed with ADHD are often medicated to keep them from fidgeting. But a new study of youngsters in the pre-teen and teen years showed that those ...

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Could Your Child’s Psychological Disorder be a Food Allergy?

When you think of allergies, you probably think of sneezing fits and itchy eyes. It might surprise you to know that there could be other, more dramatic symptoms. Nutritional consultant, ...

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