CCHR protest Florida’s Psychiatric Society annual meeting. Psychiatrists who prescribe drugs can earn 4X more than those who don’t.

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With child drugging on the rise and the FDA’s failure to enforce their own regulations on clinical trials, a new CCHR exhibit opens amid controversy in Seattle.

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Dr. Toby Watson, who says electroconvulsive therapy is anything but therapeutic, is outraged the FDA isn’t doing something.

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Australian “Healthy Kids Check” paid parents to expose their children to psychiatric testing.

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After doggedly exposing psychiatric brutality in Kazakhstan, Aliya Abdinova was invited to join its National Preventative Mechanism Committee.

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The international body charged with protecting the rights of children across the globe hears CCHR out and urges mental health reform in the United Kingdom.

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Dr. Bart Billings, United States Army counselor for 34 years, calls psychiatry and the military a fatal combination.

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Shionogi & Co., Ltd. of Japan announced its dangerous Vegetamin will be no more.

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Amid public protests, the Citizens Commission on Human Rights UK team presents evidence of appalling practices within psychiatric hospitals and the need for reform.

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The Citizens Commission on Human Rights Sacramento team up with other concerned patient rights advocates to champion reform and bring about monumental legislation to protect youth in the state’s foster care system from psychiatric over-drugging.

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While psychiatrists and the pills they push leave blood, death and broken lives in their wake, the practice hasn’t stopped.

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Thanks to the heightened awareness of drug dangers, justice was served in Sweden.

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Peruvian attorney Martin Manco says he won’t stop his campaign to halt psychiatric abuses in his country until they are 100 percent eliminated.

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In the midst of the American Psychiatric Association’s efforts to reclassify electroshock devices as “safe and effective” for children, CCHR demonstrators let the APA know: you don’t speak for America.

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In a single week following the APA convention, CCHR’s exhibit awoke more than 4,000 to the horrors of psychiatry.

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How a personal tragedy made her a champion of mental health reform.

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Witnessing the destructive cycle of youth welfare agencies and foster homes, the Citizens Commission on Human Rights Germany took the government to task.

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CCHR holds an educational forum for all faiths and professions on how to understand and deal with psychotropic drugs.

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