We Are All Orphans Now By Peter R. Breggin, MD December 6, 2009 All of us realize that when a child is raised without adequate parenting that the results can be devastating. We know the hazards for children who don’t have parental role models or whose role models are inadequate, conflicted, abusive, or untrustworthy. We […]
BRIDGE STREET: Dr. Peter Breggin (Part 2). 11-10-09
The front cover of the May 26, 2008 Newsweek has a banner headline, “Growing Up Bipolar” with a split-face photograph of a ten-year-old boy. The headline should have read, “Victim of Psychiatric Assault.” In daycare 18-month old Max kicked, bit and spat on his larger peers. Apparently before he was two years old, his overwhelmed […]
Millions of our children are being labeled with false and stigmatizing psychiatric diagnoses. Then their brains are being blunted and disabled by psychiatric drugs. Want to find a way to do something about the plight of our children at the hands of drug companies and misguided mental health professionals? Want to learn more about what […]
There is one week to go before the best conference in the world about psychiatry, mental health, and the well-being of our families and children. Experts from around the world will explain how the psychiatric diagnosing and drugging of our children does more harm than good, and present far better alternatives based on sound psychological, […]
Antipsychotic Drugs, their Adverse Effects, and Tort Reform By Peter R. Breggin, M.D. First published on Huffingtonpost.com October 31, 2009 There are many problems within our legal system that could benefit from reform. But within the area in which I have great experience as a psychiatric expert, so-called tort reform has already gone too far. […]
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Making Americans into Zombies By Peter R. Breggin, MD July 6, 2009 In 2008 the so-called antipsychotic drugs became America’s best selling class of drugs with $14.6 billion in sales. These newer agents are called atypicals or second-generation antipsychotics, but they produce all the all hazards of the older drugs and some newer hazards as […]
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