psychiatry, psychology, doctors, pharmaceutical drugs

Experiments In Mental Illness


In 1972, a psychologist named David Rosenhan convinced some of his friends to fake their way into psychiatric wards across the US.

The pseudopatients were to present themselves and say words along these lines: "I am hearing a voice. It is saying thud." Rosenhan specifically chose this complaint because nowhere in psychiatric literature are there any reports of any person hearing a voice that contains such obvious cartoon angst.

Psychiatric Drugs Kill the Lives of Those Who Take Them


There are no "safe" psychiatric drugs. Each has numerous harmful short term and largely unknown long term effects. Each psychiatric drug which was orginally heralded as the new "safe" wonder drug, was found to have severe harmful side effects, including addiction, and withdrawal symptoms, among others. Psychiatric drugs obtain their result by causing brain dysfunction.

Renowned Psychiatrist Resigned from the American Psychiatric Association in Disgust


This is a copy of a letter by Dr. Mosher resigning from the American Psychiatric Association. Note that Dr. Mosher was a pioneer in establishing programs of psychosocial community care in the field of psychiatry (e.g., Soteria House,); his many publications in that regard have been very influential (e.g.: Mosher, L., & Burti, L. (1989). "Community mental health: Principles and Practice". New York: Norton.).

Loren R. Mosher M. D.
2616 Angell Ave
San Diego, CA 92122

December 4 1998

Rodrigo Munoz, M.D., President
American Psychiatric Association
1400 94 Street N. W.

Psychiatry: 60 Years in an Increasingly Corrupt Specialty


Dr. Nathaniel S. Lehrman, M.D. I started in psychiatry in 1947, after graduating from Harvard College in 1942, Albany Medical College in 1946, and a year’s rotating internship. I then spent a year at Bellevue, served two years as an army psychiatrist, and finished my training at Hillside Hospital and Creedmoor State Hospital (now “Psychiatric Center” - PC).

Psychiatry: A Pseudo-Science?


Exposing Psychiatry as a Pseudo-Science Dr. Thomas Szasz, Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry at the State University of New, York, Syracuse

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