PTA forum packed after latest student death
Sobered by the fourth Caltrain death of a Palo Alto student in six months, more than 400 parents and students packed the auditorium of Cubberley Community Center Wednesday for a PTA-sponsored forum on teen mental health.
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#1 Oct 26, 2009
Without a test for chemical imbalance the mental health (psychiatry) is limited in the ancillary tests of medicine like an EKG, EEG, blood work or other tests in the diagnoses of a patient. They aren't needed in Psychiatry. The industry lied to the public to drug our children and is too corrupted to be of value to the health and welfare of the public.
The psychiatric diagnosis is made on the basis of behavior and hearsay.
The whole psychiatric diagnoses is based on Voodoo, Witchcraft or Tarot card readings and is used for securing SS17, Medicare, Medicaid, Disability and insurance payouts and securing the mental health profession with the long term (compromised patients) based on psychotropic (mind) or anti depressants pharmacutical drugs.
The DSM-IV and the newly written DSM-V is of no value in diagnoses because it has no science.
APA Admits there is no test for "chemical imbalance"
Mass murders, violence and killings by mind drugs
#2 Oct 31, 2009
Psychiatric drugs cause brain damage and are reponsible for mass shootings such as the one at Virginia Tech.
#3 Nov 1, 2009
Your absolutely right.
Cho had a history of psychotropic and Depressant drug usage in his life time. May have been psychothreapy:
The investigation panel had sought Cho's medical records for several weeks, but due to privacy laws, Virginia Tech was prohibited from releasing them without permission from Cho's family, even after Cho's death. The panel had considered using subpoenas to obtain his records. On June 12, 2007, Cho's family released his medical records to the panel, although the panel said that the records were not enough. The panel obtained additional information by court order. Like the Columbine massacres, and Jokela school massacres, the perpetrators of the Virginia Tech masascre, Cho Seung-Hui, was also prescribed an anti-depressant (Prozac) prior to his suicidal rampage, a substance suspected by Peter Breggin and David Healy of leading to suicidal behaviors.
There was a cover up in hiding the records pf Cho by the psychiatist
Virginia Tech Shooter's Psych Doctor Hid Mental Health Records for Seung-Hui Cho (correction)
NaturalNews) New revelations about the mental "treatment" of Virginia Tech shooter Seung-Hui Cho are surfacing today after the surprise discovery of his mental health records in the home of the former university psych doctor who treated him. These mental health records -- which have not yet been made public -- have been missing since the shooting took place. Dr. Robert C. Miller, we now know, took the records home and secretly kept them there, avoiding telling police about their location. They were only found during a document discovery phase of a pending trial.
The fact that these records were taken from the university, then hidden in the home of the psych doctor who treated the victim, and then were not even found by a Governor-appointed commission (which never even bothered to interview Dr. Miller) seems almost unbelievable.
Parents of the shooting victims feel the same way. "Deception comes to my mind in my first response," said parent Suzanne Grimes in an AP article. "It gives me the impression,'What else are they hiding?'"
"What information is in those records?" asked parent Lori Haas.(Her daughter was also wounded in the shootings.)
"The words that come to mind are coverup, collusion, obstruction," said parent Mike Pohle in a Washington Post report.(His son was also killed in the incident.) "I'm spinning. Who knows what could be in those records?" he asked.
In 2007, when the university was conducting an exhaustive search for the records, Dr. Robert C. Miller claimed he didn't know where they were. Virginia State Police are now investing whether a crime was committed by Dr. Miller.(Removing mental health records and hiding them in your home is, indeed, a crime.)
But this isn't even the most shocking part of this story...
Dr. Robert C. Miller was part of the incident response team
support of statement:
#4 Nov 1, 2009
Mass murder, suicide and violence compiled on psychotropic (mind) drugs
Of course this list doesn't count the suicides violence and murders caused by the mind twisting of psychotherapy in which the mental health worker may have implanted false memory or gave the instruction for the crime.
The mental health industry is a very dangerous profession in our society.
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