During the May 2013 annual conference of the American Psychiatric Association, APA, a study was presented, alleging that Electroconvulsive Therapy, ECT, (formerly known as Electroshock) for adolescents “is a safe, reasonably well-tolerated, and effective treatment.”
While the White House encourages sweeping mental health information programs that will lead to increased drugging, the Vatican is looking into the destructive end-result of mental health diagnosing, spearheading an investigational conference into the harmful effects of prescription psychiatric drugs.
The White House’s sweeping mental health initiatives—which rely on psychiatry’s diagnostic procedures—do not take into account the major controversy currently raging over the lack of science behind psychiatry’s methods of diagnosing mental disorders.
The American Psychiatric Association’s (APA) billing bible, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, DSM, finally has been outed for the fraud it is.
It’s already old news that the National Institute of Mental Health, NIMH, the mother ship of mental health research in the world, has officially diagnosed psychiatry’s billing bible – the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual 5 – as suffering from extreme lack of science, proclaiming it dead on arrival. What isn’t known are the implications of NIMH’s announcement.