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James Davies ✓ 1 SUMMARY SUMMARY Ø Cracked: Why Psychiatry is Doing More Harm Than Good by Davies, James (2014) Paperback Controversial and powerful a shock. I have suffered severe depression for 50 years and have been prescribed all the various drugs including ECT The latter stole all my memories of happy times during the first three years of my daughter s life but gave me nothing in return Pills have given me various disabling side effects but no relief from my pain Real painPsychiatrists have been rewarded hundreds of thousands of by pharmaceutical companies for prescribing these poisons which have no scientific proof of being effective Bribery and greed working in unison with you and me being the disposable itemsI thank the author of this book for showing me to the truth I am determined with the help of an excellent GP to wean myself off psychiatric drugs I anticipate it being a lengthy journey but a necessary one Psychiatry and Pharmaceutical Companies have destroyed my life It actually feels like an act of violation even criminalIt is too late for me to make a big stand against such evil goings on at the expense of our lives and happiness All I can do is bring it to the attention of my GP Practice and you in the hope that there will be truth and change in the way the depressed are treated in the future

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James Davies ✓ 1 SUMMARY SUMMARY Ø Cracked: Why Psychiatry is Doing More Harm Than Good by Davies, James (2014) Paperback Ing indictment of the pseudo scien. OK as somebody who is ualified in science I already knew large long term studies demonstrated that anti depressants were by and large uselessI already knew that psychiatry medicalises normal spectrum behavioursHowever I did learn a lot from this book1 That the medical model of schizophrenia is not proven2 That placebo ECT studies where an electric shock is administered in people with severe depression have demonstrated a larger placebo effect3 That ECT is extremely damaging to the brainamongst othersChapter 12 was the most shocking chapter for me where he convincingly demonstrates the huge cultural influences in mental health problems through the anorexia epidemic in Japan a country which saw a huge upsurge in this problem which prior had been largely a western issue after masses of media coverage of a single death from it The most shocking part of the chapter was the correlation of self harm with references to it in popular culture please spare me the correlation doesn t eual causation phoney argument and review the history of epidemiologyThe book reads very well and should be read by all doctors as Peter Hitchens saysThe one aspect I feel the book could have improved was giving a bigger role to the evidence around schizophrenia He does talk about it even has an appendix on it but does not go into the depths he does for depression and behavioural disorders In fact his description of how people who hear voices fare in countries where there isn t any stigma was extremely interestingSo where does this leave my impressions of psychiatry Being brutally honest it leaves it as a specialty that seeks to be God that is lazy in seeking drugs over prolonged counselling that isn t really medicine in the same way neurology is that has been thoroughly corrupted by pharmaceutical companies and that needs much greater emphasis on psychological counsellingAs if by magic the author is a ualified psychotherapistAnd what about the patients the disease model allowed psychiatry to brush off the they re just mad put down However is this not true Regardless abandoning the false disease model means patients have control than they ever thought of their own mental health However because this goes against the agenda of the times it is unlikely to be realised Guide Wolof from this book1 That the medical model of schizophrenia is not proven2 That placebo ECT studies where an electric shock is administered in people with severe depression have demonstrated a larger placebo effect3 That ECT is extremely damaging to the brainamongst othersChapter 12 was the most shocking chapter 40 LECONS POUR PARLER ANGLAIS(ancienne édition) for me where he convincingly demonstrates the huge cultural influences in mental health problems through the anorexia epidemic in Japan a country which saw a huge upsurge in this problem which prior had been largely a western issue after masses of media coverage of a single death English File : Upper Intermediate Student's Book from it The most shocking part of the chapter was the correlation of self harm with references to it in popular culture please spare me the correlation doesn t eual causation phoney argument and review the history of epidemiologyThe book reads very well and should be read by all doctors as Peter Hitchens saysThe one aspect I Les plus beaux voyages en train: L'art du voyage - Les Guides Bleus feel the book could have improved was giving a bigger role to the evidence around schizophrenia He does talk about it even has an appendix on it but does not go into the depths he does Guide Créole Martiniquais for depression and behavioural disorders In Clés2 Interagir à l'Oral en Anglais Le Débat Training & Keys B2/B2 fact his description of how people who hear voices Italian Grammar: a QuickStudy Laminated Language Reference Guide (QuickStudy Language) fare in countries where there isn t any stigma was extremely interestingSo where does this leave my impressions of psychiatry Being brutally honest it leaves it as a specialty that seeks to be God that is lazy in seeking drugs over prolonged counselling that isn t really medicine in the same way neurology is that has been thoroughly corrupted by pharmaceutical companies and that needs much greater emphasis on psychological counsellingAs if by magic the author is a ualified psychotherapistAnd what about the patients the disease model allowed psychiatry to brush off the they re just mad put down However is this not true Regardless abandoning the Guide Créole Guadeloupéen false disease model means patients have control than they ever thought of their own mental health However because this goes against the agenda of the times it is unlikely to be realised

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James Davies ✓ 1 SUMMARY SUMMARY Ø Cracked: Why Psychiatry is Doing More Harm Than Good by Davies, James (2014) Paperback Ce at the heart of modern psychiat. The book has totally changed my outlook to the use of drugs in Mental Health Considering that I work in mental health that is saying uite a lot The initial feeling when reading this book is disbelief than this can actually occur in our mental institutes But then I realised that the author could not back his allegations then he would have been sued for every penny he had by the pharmaceutical industry I implore everyone who has an interest in the mental health to read this book and then tell others to read it too


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    Read Ebook Cracked: Why Psychiatry is Doing More Harm Than Good by Davies, James (2014) Paperback BY James Davies – vivaldirestaurant.co.za SUMMARY ô VIVALDIRESTAURANT.CO.ZA ✓ James Davies I have suffered severe depression for 50 years and have been prescribed all the various drugs including ECT The latter stole all my memories of happy times during the first three years of my daughter’s life but gave me nothing in return Pills have given me various disabling side effects but no relief from my pa

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    Read Ebook Cracked: Why Psychiatry is Doing More Harm Than Good by Davies, James (2014) Paperback BY James Davies – vivaldirestaurant.co.za SUMMARY ô VIVALDIRESTAURANT.CO.ZA ✓ James Davies James Davies ✓ 1 SUMMARY OK as somebody who is ualified in science I already knew large long term studies demonstrated that anti depressants were by and large uselessI already knew that psychiatry 'medicalises' normal spectrum behavioursHowever I did learn a lot from this book1 That the medical model of schizophrenia is not proven2 That placebo ECT studies where an e

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    Read Ebook Cracked: Why Psychiatry is Doing More Harm Than Good by Davies, James (2014) Paperback BY James Davies – vivaldirestaurant.co.za James Davies ✓ 1 SUMMARY FREE READ Cracked: Why Psychiatry is Doing More Harm Than Good by Davies, James (2014) Paperback The book has totally changed my outlook to the use of drugs in Mental Health Considering that I work in mental health that is saying uite a lot The initial feeling when reading this book is disbelief than this can actually occur in our mental institutes But then I realised that the author could not back his allegations then he woul

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    Read Ebook Cracked: Why Psychiatry is Doing More Harm Than Good by Davies, James (2014) Paperback BY James Davies – vivaldirestaurant.co.za James Davies ✓ 1 SUMMARY Superb expose of the paucity of evidence high spend aggressive marketing techniues dishonest manipulation of results from clinical trials and so on that make up the context in which psychiatric medication should be viewed But it is the revelation that the evidence does not say what the industry leads us to believe it says

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    Read Ebook Cracked: Why Psychiatry is Doing More Harm Than Good by Davies, James (2014) Paperback BY James Davies – vivaldirestaurant.co.za The industry has invented many classifications of mental illness that are uite natural eg the youngest small children do not sit as uietly as the older ones They dont have a mental illness they havent got an attention def

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