Sunday, October 13, 2019

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  • Wondering, how many times diagnosis and medications have been changed, sometimes even with a verifiable mental illness the person will be released quicker via plea bargain rather than hospitalization, assuming atypical psychotropic medications are readily dispensed in correctional facility or department of corrections employees have some training to recognize when a person is struggling or compensating.

  • I work in a forensic hospital and have seen similar behaviors from staff , the very skills that administration claims they want are the ones covertly and eventually overtly eschewed
    The worst part of job is when there is a communication breakdown and it becomes essential to give medication to a patient through a hands on hold, forcefully, either in the deltoid or gluteus, medications used, Zyprexa, Haldal, Benadryl occasionally 2- 3 mg’s Ativan

    Remembering back (spontaneous recovery), being held down and given drugs as a 4 year old child