Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) Resurgence Despite Brain Damage

Mental Health and the New Slavery

Life can be tough. Bills to pay, jobs to keep, children to feed, mortgages, taxes, insurance, health problems, a toxic environment, bad education, people who do their best to drag you down… Any of the above and a dozen...

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Florida’s Baker Act is a Danger to All

If you found out that someone was involuntarily committed to a psychiatric hospital, you might assume the person must have some serious mental health problems and needs to be removed from society to get some help. This is not the typical case. In fact, every 1 ¼ minutes, someone is involuntarily committed so it is not logical that there are that many people out there that need to be committed, or “Baker Acted,” as it is known in the state of Florida. Instead of this law protecting individuals, it poses a dangerous threat to anyone.

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ECT on Children

Do psychiatrists use ECT (Electro Convulsive Therapy) on children?   In the 1950s, psychiatrist Lauretta Bender pioneered this unbelievable practice.   According to a google groups article “In a 1954...

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Electroshock Therapy’s Permanent Damage

Electroshock therapy still exists, despite a long-established record of permanent mental damage and memory loss. Psychiatrist Michael Corry is an opponent to this “therapy.” In his words: “Memory loss is the first...

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