Psychiatrists and sexual abuse

No progress can be made in the matter of patient sexual abuse until all such assaults by psychiatrists, psychologists and psychotherapists are legally defined by statute as rape: the only required proof is that sex was involved. Psychiatrists often claim sex with clients is “consensual,” even though they are aware of the strong emotional hold […]


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The ‘cure’ is far more dangerous than the illness

One of the major problems associated with antidepressant drugs are the effects. When things go wrong, pharmaceutical and psychiatric spin doctors work overtime in an attempt to play down the tragedies, but when one of the effects is suicidal thoughts, they need to be on top form to dress up the damage and convince members […]


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Psychiatry versus Medicine

Psychiatry is one of the very few professions that has to continually advertise its failures in order to get more Government funding. An example of this occurred recently when a documentary revealed a 50% increase in the number of unexpected patient deaths reported by England’s mental health trusts. These included deaths by suicide, neglect and […]


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Eroding justice – psychiatry’s corruption of the law

Through a gradual erosion of the justice system, it seems as though murder is no longer murder, especially when psychiatrists get involved in the judicial system. It seems as though psychiatrists are being used to lessen or diminish crimes by testifying in court or by writing expensive reports saying the person accused of a crime […]


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Another teenage death linked to antidepressants

The loss of a loved one is difficult to deal with at the best of times, but there are an increasing number of deaths linked to prescribed psychiatric drugs, specifically antidepressant drugs. The loss is even harder to deal with when the loss is of a son or daughter. It was recently reported that 13-year-old […]


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