'Mental Health Screening' Category

The psychiatric community, the big pharmaceutical companies and our government have been joining forces to push mental health screening. Some efforts have even been made to make mental health screening mandatory for all children.

Anti-Psychotic Drugs Don’t Work on Disabled People

Monday, June 16th, 2008

Anti-psychotic drugs appear not be effective at improving the behavior of people with learning disabilities than a placebo. Anti-psychotics are regularly used on people with learning disabilities who exhibit aggression, but no studies had previously been conducted to see if such treatment was effective.

More here: http://www.naturalnews.com/023407.html

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Brain Scans Fail To Prove Psychiatric Disorders

Tuesday, October 18th, 2005

Proving psychiatry’s failure the New York Times today ran an article describing how psychiatrists have oversold the idea that brain imaging scans can somehow prove the existence of their many theoretical diseases. The NY Times reports: “After almost 30 years, researchers have not developed any standardized tool for diagnosing or treating psychiatric disorders based on imaging studies.” and “imaging technology has not lived up to the hopes invested in it in the 1990’s - labeled the “Decade of the Brain” by the American Psychiatric Association”.

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Mental Health Screening For Preschoolers?

Sunday, September 11th, 2005

Recently there has been a big push both nationally and at the local state levels to force mental health screening of children in schools. Often this is to be done without parental consent. This is clearly a violation of our basic rights as parents. These screenings are also used to make referrals to psychiatric care and to label children with learning or psychiatric disorders.

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Children Forcibly Ripped From Their Mother And Drugged By Psychiatrists

Monday, July 25th, 2005

This horrible story is happening all over The US. Children removed from their parents care and placed in state custody for mental health reasons. These children are then drugged without their parents consent, placed in psychiatric or foster care where they are sometimes placed in restraints. This story is about a mother who’s 2 young girls have been ripped from their homes and forcibly drugged.

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Teen Screen Infiltrates Our Schools Fishing For Young Psychiatric Patients

Saturday, July 23rd, 2005

This shocking article exposes “Teen Screen”, a new government psychiatric program designed to screen children for psychiatric disorders.

Apparently, in many cases with no parental consent, kids as young as nine years old are tricked into a suicide screening test by being bribed with movie tickets if they perform the test. After being asked a series of nonsensical questions it is determined if they have some type of psychiatric disorder. Which disorder will they be labeled with? Well, take your pick: Depression? Social Phobia? Panic Disorder? Anxiety? Obsessive Compulsive Disorder? Active Suicide Ideation? Passive Suicide Ideation? Your guess is as good as mine.

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