Joyce Cavaye – The future of mental health is food.
Jon Rappoport – John Q Jones had a nice job, a nice family, a nice house, and a nice yard. Everything was nice.
Alex Pietrowski – This guy chaired the committee that wrote the international bible of mental health disorders.
Jon Rappoport – Objectively speaking, mental illnesses and disorders do not exist.
Kelly Brogan, MD – Psychiatry has built an entire infrastructure around the definition of normal.
Jon Rappoport – The kid doesn’t have to pay for drugs out of his pocket. He gets them in a shrink’s office.
Nick Williams – Who gets to choose which version of reality fits all?
Jonathan Davis – Is there another way of looking at the mental illness epidemic?
Jon Rappoport – The numbers are mind-boggling.
Alex Pietrowski – This is life in the Prozac era.
Jon Rappoport – It’s useful in marketing and selling gigantic amounts of drugs.
Jon Rappoport – All this bipolar fakery started in 1995 when kids on psychiatric speed showed up at Mass General Hospital.
Dylan Charles – Something important is missing from the psychiatric model of ‘mental illness.’
Jon Rappoport – Welcome to the psychiatric matrix.
Jon Rappoport – The ugly truth about psychiatry.
Paul A. Philips – The alarming numbers continue to grow.
Anna Hunt – Doctors and experts weigh in on the crisis of drugging kids.
Jon Rappoport – The so-called “chemical-imbalance theory of mental illness” is dead.
Anna Hunt – The ‘chemical imbalance’ story fed to depressed patients may be no more than a marketing pitch.
Alex Pietrowski – Should doctors recommend that patients take antidepressants to prevent depression?