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Psychosurgery Today – Lobotomy Dead but not Buried

Psychosurgery Today – Lobotomy Dead but not Buried

Lobotomy, the brutal amputation and mangling of brain tissue, still has a place in modern psychiatry. The rampant public outcry against this practice as typified by Dr. Walter Freeman in the mid 20th century (some likened Freeman’s brutal operations as having a...

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Facebook Envy Depression and Nomophobia Heading to DSM V

Facebook Envy Depression and Nomophobia Heading to DSM V

Nomophobia and Facebook Envy Depression are a couple of relatively new conditions dreamed up or “discovered” by psychologists and social scientists. Psychiatrists are eager to validate these newcomers and perhaps vote them into existence as “official disorders” worthy...

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Involuntary Commitment Criteria

Involuntary Commitment Criteria

The Department of Children and Families, in the state of Florida, lists the criteria for someone to be involuntarily committed. In Florida, this criteria is part of a statute that was passed into law by legislator, Maxine Baker. It is therefore, referred to as the...

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Florida Non-Consent Forms

Florida Non-Consent Forms

IMPORTANT! Per the Florida statute on involuntary commitment, the school personnel or sheriff resource officer has the legal right to remove your child from school grounds, without your permission, if they feel your child meets the criteria for involuntary commitment....

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Involuntary Examination of Minors

Involuntary Examination of Minors

It is important for parents to know and understand the mental health law in Florida as this law allows a child to be removed from school and sent for involuntary psychiatric examination without parental knowledge. In order for any person, no matter their age, to be...

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Involuntary Commitment Law in Florida

Involuntary Commitment Law in Florida

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K9kbLhk-0sk Mental Health Involuntary Commitment In Florida, the Involuntary Commitment law is referred to as the Baker Act. If someone you know has been involuntarily committed, you have the right to be fully informed about the...

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Abuse of Florida Involuntary Commitment Law – Baker Act

Abuse of Florida Involuntary Commitment Law – Baker Act

Personal Story of One Person's Nightmare! Please Watch. Abuse of the Florida involuntary commitment law-the Baker Act- is rampant and what is consistent with each case of abuse, is a misunderstanding, by those who initiate the commitment, as to what the law states for...

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More Shady Behavior Found In the World of Psychiatric Drugs

More Shady Behavior Found In the World of Psychiatric Drugs

“The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry” just published an article in which a host of MD’s and PhD’s explored the idea that many individuals who use antidepressants have no current or lifetime history of mental disorders. Of those currently taking anti-depressant drugs,...

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Does Ritalin Stifle Creativity?

Does Ritalin Stifle Creativity?

Looking at a Questionable Treatment in a New Light Some astute researchers hypothesize youngsters’ creativity is being extinguished by Ritalin. Jeffrey Zaslow, reporter for The Wall Street Journal asks “whether the Ritalin Revolution will sap tomorrow's work force of...

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Does Psychiatry Offer Cures?

Does Psychiatry Offer Cures?

When it comes to curing anyone of a mental disorder, psychiatrists and psychologists are shameless in admitting failure. Eminent psychologist Tyrone D. Cannon, Ph.D and professor of psychology at Yale University openly states: “Many people wonder whether psychiatric...

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Germanwings Plane Crash Now Linked to Psychiatric Drugs

Germanwings Plane Crash Now Linked to Psychiatric Drugs

On March 24, 2015 a Germanwings Airbus A320 owned by Lufthansa crashed in the French Alps instantly killing all 144 passengers and 6 crew. The true story has slowly developed and is still evolving but here are some facts that have been revealed by the investigators...

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