Brain Altering Technology Experiments

Info Brain Altering Technology Experiments Psychosurgery, vagus nerve stimulation, and rTMS (repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation) are all examples of brain altering technology that may be used for psychiatric purposes and that are currently openly used internationally. MFI Statement on the Rise of Brain Altering Technologies Today MFI has reports of an alarming increase in the…

Racism

Info Racism Wild Indians Native Perspectives on the Hiawatha Asylum for Insane Indiansby Pemina Yellow Bird In Our Own Voice African-American Stories of Oppression, Survival and Recovery in Mental Health Systemsby Vanessa Jackson Document Actions Print this

Psychiatric Coercion

Info Psychiatric Coercion Techniques ranging from pressure to out right force in the mental health system. Those labeled “mentally ill” should be helped, not forcibly drugged An opinion piece opposing forced psychiatric drugging. Outpatient Forced Psychiatry More and more citizens are required to take super-powerful psychiatric drugs against their will while living in their own…

School of Shock: Inside a school where mentally disturbed students are jolted into good behavior

Info Document Actions Print this The Village Voice looks at an institution that openly uses pain to try to control behavior of people labeled with mental disabilities. School of Shock: Inside a school where mentally disturbed students are jolted into good behavior Date Published: Oct 10, 2006 03:00 AM Author: Jarrett Murphy Source: Village Voice…

Coalition of 100 Mental Health Advocacy Groups Condemns Psychiatric Drug Implants

MINDFREEDOM NEWS RELEASE: 25 September 2003 A coalition of 100 advocacy groups working in the mental health field is condemning experiments with psychiatric drug implants. The Executive Director for MindFreedom Support Coalition International said, “These psychiatric drug implant devices currently in development are inherently coercive. They violate core principles of self-determination, empowerment and human rights.…

Psychiatric Drug Implants

Info Psychiatric Drug Implants University of Pennsylvania researchers are experimenting on an implantable disk under the skin that would time-release powerful neuroleptic psychiatric drugs for up to one year. Controversial Implant Sparks ‘Town Hall’ This brief Newsday article sums up a few of the ethical issues emerging from the experimental new technology of psychiatric drug…