From Psychology Is: “‘Psychiatry’s most fundamental characteristic is its ignorance,’ wrote Raymond Dolan in his recent review of psychiatric literature. In this episode, UCLA professor Dr. David Cohen shares an excerpt from this study and others. He also describes the big picture, bringing to light the many elements that constitute the modern day mental health so-called care. In sum, psychiatry is scientifically empty. The field is comprised of psychiatrists, who primarily act as drug prescribers, who justify their practices on the basis of ‘silly theories that are continually refuted,’ as Dr. Cohen puts it.
- Welcome to Psychology Is
- Dr. Cohen’s professional activities
- The bird’s eye view of this whole situation
- The core problems of modern psychiatry
- Involuntary psychiatric detention and drug treatment
- Is consent being manufactured?
- The Money Interests
- How do psychiatric drugs get approved by the FDA?
- What do your UCLA psychiatry colleagues say about all this?”
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