Separation Anxiety Disorder: Latest Medical Breakthroughs

Nov 3, 2010 Full story: News Max 19

Separation anxiety disorder is a psychological condition where an individual has excessive and often disrupting, disabling distress and anxiety about separation from home or from people with whom the person has a strong emotional connection.

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HumanSpirit

High Springs, FL

#1 Nov 4, 2010
More horse manure from the Mental Health Industry who says "researchers" have come to this conclusion when everyone knows it was nothing but a raising of hands of a few jackasses looking to bilk the government and drug the people.
Ebony

New York, NY

#3 Sep 28, 2012
Separation anxiety is indeed one of the problems that may be experienced when one is not coping well with separation. There are even some people who would do everything they can to put off the separation. It helps to tell the person early for them to process the separation in their own pace. http://www.zoloftsertralinebirthdefects.com
HumanSpirit

High Springs, FL

#4 Oct 12, 2012
No science to the Mental Health Industry. No medical model. No evidence based medicine. No test for chemical imbalance as admitted by the APA in 2007.after mind drugging and mentally compromising millions of people including children.

Psychiatry: An industry of death

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Psychiatry No Science

http://www.youtube.com/watch...
HumanSpirit

High Springs, FL

#5 Oct 12, 2012
Psychiatric Diagnosis: Too Little Science, Too Many Conflicts of Interest [i]

Paula J. Caplan, Ph.D.

Harvard University

Snip:

The Concerns

There is a lot of pain and suffering in the world, and it is tempting to believe that the mental health community knows how to help. It is widely believed, both by mental health professionals and the general population, that if only a person gets the right psychiatric diagnosis, the therapist will know what kind of measures will be the most helpful. Unfortunately, that is not usually the case, and getting a psychiatric diagnosis can often create more problems than it solves, including a lifetime of being labeled, difficulties with obtaining affordable (or any) health insurance (due to now having a pre-existing condition), loss of employment, loss of child custody, the overlooking of physical illnesses and injuries because of everything being attributed to psychological factors, and the loss of the right to make decisions about one’s medical and legal affairs. The creation and use of psychiatric diagnosis, unlike, for instance, psychiatric drugs, is not overseen by any regulatory body, and rarely does anyone raise the question of what role the assignment of a psychiatric label has played in creating problems for individuals.[ii]

The Problematic History

These serious limitations have not prevented the authors of the American Psychiatric Association’s (APA) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), sometimes known as “the therapist’s Bible,” from making expansive claims about their knowledge and authority and wielding enormous power to decide who will and will not be called mentally ill and what the varieties of alleged mental illness will be. The DSM’s current edition is called DSM-IV-TR, and it was preceded by the original DSM (in 1952), then DSM-II (1968), DSM-III (1980), DSM-III-R (Third Edition Revised)(1987), DSM-IV (1994), and DSM-IV-TR (2000). The DSM-V is currently in preparation and slated for 2013 publication. Each time a new edition appears, the media ask whichever psychiatrist is the lead editor why a new edition was necessary, and like clockwork, each editor replies that it was because the previous edition really wasn’t scientific (Caplan, 1995). And each time a new edition appears, it contains many more categories than does the previous one. For instance, DSM-III-R contained 297 categories, and DSM-IV contained 374 (Caplan, 1995).

I served as an advisor to two of the DSM-IV committees, before resigning due to serious concerns after witnessing how fast and loose they play with the scientific research related to diagnosis (Caplan, 1995). The DSM is widely used, not only in the mental health system, but also in general medical practice, in schools, and in the courts. I have been involved since 1985 in trying to alert both therapists and the public to the manual’s unscientific nature and the dangers that believing in its objectivity poses. Since then, I have watched with interest a national trend toward gradually increasing openness to the idea that psychiatric diagnosis (A)is largely unscientific,(B)is highly subjective and political, and (C)can cause untold harm, ranging from the patients’ lowered self-confidence to loss of custody of children to loss of health insurance (because any psychiatric label can be considered evidence of a pre-existing condition) to loss of the right to make decisions about their medical and legal affairs.

More of this article:

http://awpsych.org/index.php...
HumanSpirit

High Springs, FL

#6 Oct 12, 2012
Inside the Battle to Define Mental Illness

Every so often Al Frances says something that seems to surprise even him. Just now, for instance, in the predawn darkness of his comfortable, rambling home in Carmel, California, he has broken off his exercise routine to declare that “there is no definition of a mental disorder. It’s bullshit. I mean, you just can’t define it.” Then an odd, reflective look crosses his face, as if he’s taking in the strangeness of this scene: Allen Frances, lead editor of the fourth edition of the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (universally known as the DSM-IV), the guy who wrote the book on mental illness, confessing that “these concepts are virtually impossible to define precisely with bright lines at the boundaries.” For the first time in two days, the conversation comes to an awkward halt.

Pasted from < http://www.wired.com/magazine/2010/12/ff_dsmv... ;

There are no genetic tests, no brain scans, blood tests, chemical imbalance tests or X-rays that can scientifically/medically prove that any psychiatric disorder is a medical condition.
HumanSpirit

High Springs, FL

#7 Oct 12, 2012
The (APA) DSM-V is the future version of the Mein Kampf.

Bombs and bullets will be replaced with mind drugs and psychotherapy (false memory) in future generations.

That's certainly what Aldus Huxley predicted with his fictional Soma and it came true
HumanSpirit

High Springs, FL

#8 Oct 12, 2012
Here is the agenda of the Mental Health in the take over of the Judiciary Branch of government (by state) on the problem the industry caused in the USA.(Drug America) This is a similar takeover to what happen in the Public School System.

Mental Health Courts State Links

Mental Health Court by links

http://www.ncsc.org/topics/problem-solving-co...
DUDE

West Hollywood, CA

#9 Oct 13, 2012
Thanks for blasting this one Human spirit.

Just the title is so insulting "Latest Medical Breakthroughs"

Its "Medical" cause I read it on "newsmax".com

realy ??

http://www.newsmax.com/FastFeatures/Separatio...

“Stupidity Leak”

Since: Sep 11

Woodsboro

#12 Dec 27, 2012
HumanSpirit wrote:
No science to the Mental Health Industry. No medical model. No evidence based medicine. No test for chemical imbalance as admitted by the APA in 2007.after mind drugging and mentally compromising millions of people including children.
Psychiatry: An industry of death
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =FPUHUpfDVgYXX&feature=you tube_gdata_player
Psychiatry No Science
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Well definitely do what is best for you. However, if you had a parent walk out on you and start a whole new family you might develop some anxiety yourself.
Pharma Marketing Scam

Winnipeg, Canada

#13 Dec 27, 2012
Geez I get homesick, I guess I'm a looney who needs guidance from Big Pharma and a psychiatrist. But really, targetting young children for profit is frightening. The PHARMAFIA must be stopped.
HumanSpirit

High Springs, FL

#14 Jan 17, 2013
Session_Whine wrote:
<quoted text>Well definitely do what is best for you. However, if you had a parent walk out on you and start a whole new family you might develop some anxiety yourself.
Have you overlooked the mind control by the mental health industry in breaking the bonding between parent and child especially in divorces.

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wenatchee_chil...

“Stupidity Leak”

Since: Sep 11

Woodsboro

#15 Jul 2, 2013
HumanSpirit wrote:
<quoted text>
Have you overlooked the mind control by the mental health industry in breaking the bonding between parent and child especially in divorces.
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wenatchee_chil...
Someone might say you are paranoid lol. I separated fine from my Dad once he was gone at 12. Got a job paid for my own braces and clothes for school. I am a better person for it now but I will say if you can't trust your own parents who can you trust? Nobody.
HumanSpirit

Alachua, FL

#16 Jul 20, 2013
Session_Whine wrote:
<quoted text>Someone might say you are paranoid lol. I separated fine from my Dad once he was gone at 12. Got a job paid for my own braces and clothes for school. I am a better person for it now but I will say if you can't trust your own parents who can you trust? Nobody.
Not paranoid at all.(LOL) Reality is important to put in its perspective.

Perhaps your Father left you because of your personality traits or he felt threaten by your actions and your demeanor was unkind and parroted the mental health industry

Not all men need to be locked into the Father role especially in these days that the Republican Social Engineering and support of the Mental Health Industry (Reagan/Bush Sr presidency) wanted control with profits and Parental Authority was reduced for long term political reasons as seen today
HumanSpirit

Alachua, FL

#17 Jul 20, 2013
Brain Stains: Traumatic therapies can have long-lasting effects on mental health

http://mnemosynosis.livejournal.com/12980.htm...

A wave of nausea washed over Sheri J. Storm when she opened the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on a February morning a decade ago and saw the headline:“Malpractice lawsuit: Plaintiff tells horror of memories. Woman emotionally testifies that psychiatrist planted false recollections.” The woman in the article shared a lot with Storm—the same psychiatrist, the same memories, the same diagnosis of multiple personality disorder. At that moment, Storm suddenly realized that her own illness and 200-plus personalities, though painfully real to her, were nothing more than a figment of her imagination—created by her trusted therapist, Kenneth Olson.
Storm initially sought treatment from Olson because of insomnia and anxiety associated with divorce proceedings and a new career in radio advertising. She had hoped for an antidepressant prescription or a few relaxation techniques. But after enduring hypnosis sessions, psychotropic medications and mental-ward hospitalizations, Storm had much more to worry about than stress. She had “remembered” being sexually abused by her father at the age of three and forced to engage in bestiality and satanic ritual abuse that included the slaughtering and consumption of human babies. According to her psychiatrist, these traumatic experiences had generated alternative personalities, or alters, within Storm’s mind.

Storm is now convinced that her multiple personality disorder was iatrogenic, the product of her “therapy.” But years after the psychiatric sessions have ceased, she is still tormented by vivid memories, nightmares and physical reactions to cues from her fictitious past. Although she was told that the false memories would fade over time, she has had a difficult time purging these “brain stains” from the fabric of her mind.

Storm’s case is similar to those of many other patients who ­underwent recovered-memory therapy that revealed sordid histories of sexual abuse and demonic ceremonies. Although the scientific literature suggests that traumatic events are rarely, if ever, repressed or forgotten, this type of therapy was widespread in the 1990s and is still practiced today. Only after several high-profile lawsuits did the American Medical Association issue warnings to patients about the unreliability of recovered memories. Nadean Cool, the patient described in the newspaper story that turned Storm’s life upside down, filed one such lawsuit. Cool received a $2.4-million settlement after 15 days of courtroom testimony. Amid the heated controversy, the American Psychiatric Association discontinued the diagnostic category of multiple personality disorder, replacing it with the slightly different diagnosis of dissociative identity disorder.

more
http://mnemosynosis.livejournal.com/12980.htm...
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That's certainly what Aldus Huxley predicted with his fictional Soma and it came true
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HumanSpirit

Alachua, FL

#18 Jul 20, 2013
The (APA) DSM-V is the future version of the Mein Kampf.

Bombs and bullets will be replaced with mind drugs and psychotherapy (false memory) in future generations.
DOCTORS R DEALERS PUSHERS

Winnipeg, Canada

#19 Jul 21, 2013
Session_Whine wrote:
<quoted text>Someone might say you are paranoid lol. I separated fine from my Dad once he was gone at 12. Got a job paid for my own braces and clothes for school. I am a better person for it now but I will say if you can't trust your own parents who can you trust? Nobody.
So for some its a good thing.

“Stupidity Leak”

Since: Sep 11

Woodsboro

#20 Aug 28, 2013
HumanSpirit wrote:
<quoted text>
Not paranoid at all.(LOL) Reality is important to put in its perspective.
Perhaps your Father left you because of your personality traits or he felt threaten by your actions and your demeanor was unkind and parroted the mental health industry
I was 12 :(( Gee, you are mean. Glad you're not my Dad.
HumanSpirit

Alachua, FL

#21 Aug 30, 2013
Session_Whine wrote:
<quoted text>I was 12 :(( Gee, you are mean. Glad you're not my Dad.
The Gullible Mind without commonsense is dangerous

Since: Sep 13

Location hidden

#22 Sep 9, 2013
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Etizolam .

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