“Psychiatry’s Mind-Brain Problem”


A New York Times Op-Ed by Cornell psychiatry professor George Makari connects the surprise over the results of the widely-covered RAISE study to American psychiatry’s shift toward pharmacology and the oversimplification of disorders as brain diseases.

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  1. The diagnosis of mental illness I received at age 19 gave me the motivation to commit suicide.
    I had no future, but one of pain and suffering.

    Psychiatrists make brain diseases in their victims when they use fear, force and fraud to get the “patient” to consume psychiatric drugs. The system is perfect, if it wasn’t perfect it wouldn’t exist.