In this new video, Dr. Peter Breggin and I discuss with Dr. Ken Castleman, the frightening new Monarch eTNS electric brain device being prescribed for use all night long on children diagnosed with ADHD. Ken is a Biomedical Engineer who taught at Cal-Tech and has served on NASA’s space shuttle program. He is very concerned about the effects of the Monarch’s sustained electric current on the vulnerable, developing brains of children. At one point, Ken said, “I know how electricity works, and what it does to human tissue.” I believe he does.
In this video introduced by good friend Will Hall, I share about being with people in extreme states for over 25,000 hours since 1980. There’s a brief experiential exercise at the end you could try, that helps caregivers be more compassionately present with people in extreme states and other emotional pain. The video is from the recent RD Laing gathering at Esalen Institute.
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.
I’ll be serving as director for a new activism project called “Stop the Psychiatric Abuse of Children” or SPAC, as described in Peter Breggin’s article at Mad in America.
Peter and I will be publicly launching the SPAC project on his Progressive Radio Network (PRN.FM) program on Wednesday, June 12, 2019, at 4:00 PM EST. Please join us on the air with your calls (888-874-4888).
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.
Here’s my brief new essay on 40 years of compassionately being with people in extreme states and other forms of emotional and spiritual suffering, without viewing or relating to them based on the pathologizing psychiatric disease model.
Here’s the recorded discussion I had with Peter Breggin on the healing value of exploring both the personal and archetypal levels of dreams, including when people are in extreme states. I share a unique and practical teaching on understanding dreams that Carl Jung shared with my mentor, John Weir Perry.