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What is psychiatric Abuse?

Vulnerable people who have sought help from psychiatrists and psychologists have been falsely diagnosed and forced to undergo unwanted and often harmful psychiatric methods. Thousands upon thousands have died. CCHR is investigating these and other psychiatric abuses. We can assist you with your evidence and reports of criminal psychiatric practice.

Examples of psychiatric abuse may include: false diagnosis of mental illness (fraudulent diagnosis, misdiagnosis), rape, sexual assault, physical abuse, substance abuse, mis-diagnosis, harmful and unnecessary drugging, involuntary commitment (civil commitment), electroshock therapy (electroconvulsive therapy, shock therapy, ECT), psychosurgery, lobotomy, harmful restraints, threatened with committal or punishment for refusal of treatment, coerced into hospitalization or treatment, neglect, insurance fraud (fraudulent billings to an insurance company, Medicare or Medicaid — such as submitting a bill when no service was performed.)

The real problem is that psychiatrists fraudulently diagnose life’s problems as an “illness” and stigmatize unwanted behavior or study problems as “diseases.”

Psychiatric curricula and tests in our schools destroy morality and values as evidenced by the rising incidents of crime, drug abuse, and suicide among children and adolescents. The bottom line is that all psychiatric “treatments” are harmful and can cause crime.

Report psychiatric Abuse.
It's a Crime.

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