In this new MIA Radio podcast and interview, Peter Breggin and I are interviewed by Miranda Spencer about the psychiatric abuse of children, who are being harmed by psychiatric drugs, labels/diagnoses, ECT, and by the new FDA-approved electrical brain device that is placed on the foreheads of children all night long, who are diagnosed with ADHD – the Monarch eTNS. We offer suggestions for compassionate, trauma-informed, humanistic alternatives to relieve the emotional distress of children and teens. We also discuss the initiative we recently launched called SPAC! (Stop the Psychiatric Abuse of Children), a grassroots human rights project.
I co-authored this brief article with good friend Dr. Peter Breggin, about the new international advocacy project we’re starting called “Stop the Psychiatric Abuse of Children” (SPAC!). Please join us in spreading the alert about the new children’s Monarch eTNS electrical brain device approved by the FDA, and in opposing all the psychiatric harm done to children that we document in our article.
Here’s my article about the newly FDA-approved Orwellian electric brain device for so-called ADHD, that’s kept stuck on children’s foreheads all night while they sleep. It has side effects of headache, fatigue, teeth clenching, and sleep problems.
Please speak out against this psychiatric human rights abuse being done to minor children who can’t say no to it happening to them.
In my new blog post here, I share that to feel empathy doesn’t ensure that caring and compassion are present too, and that some of the most highly empathic people I’ve ever known have been con artists, manipulative politicians, psychiatric dogma-bound mental health professionals, career criminals, and seductive and exploitative spiritual teachers and gurus.
My new article looks at how some of the stress you may be feeling these days, could be coming from the powerful emotional projections of politicians and others that are aimed at causing the public to feel as afraid and vulnerable as those politicians and others are actually feeling inside themselves.