Tag Archives: Psychiatric Drugs

CCHR Exhibit Exposes Psychiatric Human Rights Abuse

Notable New York City activists spoke at opening of Citizens Commission on Human Rights’ exhibit exposing sordid history of harmful psychiatric practices still in use today. Continue reading

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CCHR Observes 25th Anniversary of Columbine Mass Shooting with Call for Government Investigation into Link Between Psychiatric Drugs and Violence

Mental health watchdog also calls for laws requiring toxicology testing for psychiatric drugs for perpetrators of mass shootings and other serious violent crimes so the full extent of the risk of violence from antidepressants can be known. Continue reading

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Psychiatric Diagnoses, Treatment with Psychiatric Drugs Linked to Worse Socioeconomic Outcomes for Patients, Study Finds

Psychiatric diagnoses and drugs were linked to lower income, increased unemployment, greater likelihood of being single and living alone. Continue reading

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Studies Finding Increased Suicide Risk from Antidepressants Less Likely to Appear in Psychiatric Journals

Publication bias contributes to misperception by doctors that antidepressants are safer, more effective than they really are, new study suggests. Continue reading

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White Paper on Improving Psychiatric Patient Outcomes

Psychiatric incarceration and psychiatric drugging of children is tragic and should be stopped. Continue reading

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Historical Underpinnings of Psychiatric Medical Training

Psychiatry is probably the single most destructive force that has affected society within the last 60 years. Continue reading

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Take Action – Missouri Legislature

Psychiatry’s Attack on 1st Responders Continue reading

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How to Cultivate Empathy

A prime example of creating unawareness is psychiatric drugs. Continue reading

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Alternatives to Psychiatric Drugs

There are non-drug alternatives for adverse mental conditions. Continue reading

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Wasted Billion$ Spent On Violence Prevention

Psychotropic Drugs’ Role In Mass Shootings Continue reading

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