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This hospital is very poorly run.They work very hard to milk insurance benefits and hold patients for as long as they can.

I saw patients who were clearly not well released for no insurance, and people who wanted to leave who were there voluntarily held against their will "For committment" just for the insurance benefits. No self-respecting psychiatrist in town will work here--the only doctors they can get are foreigners who can't survive in private practice on their own.

The staff turnover is extremely high, they prescribe the cheapeast drugs they possibly can, and just berate people into submission.

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Psychiatric Patients Have the Right to Informed Consent but rarely if ever are granted this right.

Informed consent is an essential human right which was guaranteed by the Nuremberg Code and an ethical principle approved by the World Health Organization, the United Nations and even the US government.This is a human right that all human beings have under both international law and under US Constitutional law.

Mental health professionals need to honor the ethical and human rights principle of informed consent. The human right to have informed consent is a right that even prisoners of war and convicted felons have and yet mental health patients, who have been charged with no crime, have been routinely denied this basic human right.

PSYCHIATRIC DRUGS - CHEMICAL LOBOTOMIES

The labels “antipsychotics” and “antidepressants” are seriously misleading. The “antipsychotics” do not combat or cure “psychosis” or “mental illness”, and “antidepressants” do not combat or cure depression or the fraudulent diagnosis “bipolar mood disorder”. Psychiatric drugs (“medication”) chemically control and disable people -- sometimes permanently.

Neuroleptics is a more accurate term for “antipsychotics”, it means “nerve-seizing”. These psychiatric drugs are much more powerful, debilitating and brain-disabling than the “tranquilizers” (benzodiazepines), which by the way are addictive. The neuroleptics and antidepressants frequently make people look and act...

Consider these common effects: muscle cramps, dizziness, blurred vision, seizures, tardive dyskinesia (a permanent neurological disorder characterized by involuntary movements caused by the neuroleptics), tardive dementia, akathisia (constant restless pacing), nightmares, psychosis, parkinsonism, neuroleptic malignant syndrome (NMS is a neurological disorder with a prevalence rate of 2%-3%, and mortality rate of 20%-25%), and sudden death. Tardive dyskinesia (TD), tardive dementia, NMS and parkinsonism are all signs of brain damage caused by these drugs.

In a psychoprison or psychiatric ward, virtually everyone gets drugged - “put on meds”.

Or threatened -- “take your meds, or else”.This is also true of children who are admitted to psychiatric wards.

Patents have little say in this, usually they are threatened with a forced injection a 'needle rape' if they resist the brain disabling "treatments" it's truely disgusting what psychiatry does to its victims behind locked doors.

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Anonymous
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Yes that is what all the disgusting places do.They all should be shut down.

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