A call to update mental health diagnosing: The DSM unreality!
- October 7, 2012
- By: Suzanne LeBoeuf
In the continuing saga of reporting energy-based technologies used as weapons to harm certain targeted persons, the cross-over sharing of information between a variety of disciplines is needed more than ever before.
For example, the psychiatric manual to diagnose patients has undergone more changes and the DSM-5 will soon be published but may not be more accurate, but may be becoming more archaic, instead. Already, people complaining about torturous « voices » jamming their brains against their wills have been written off as being « psychotic » and schizophrenic. Let’s look at how these components are looked at from a psychiatrist’s point of view.
When a person is seen by a psychiatrist or psychologist who reports « hearing voices » that someone is putting into their minds somehow, this person is not…
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