Entries by Robert Berezin

Add Tony Scott to the list of suicides on antidepressants

In “Tony Scott Anti-Depressants: Prescription Drugs Found In ‘Top Gun’ Director’s System” on the Huffington Post, June 24, 2013, We learn that Tony Scott was taking mirtazapine a tetracyclic antidepressant and Lunesta when he committed suicide. He is one more example. After incredible resistance from the drug companies it was acknowledged that there was a huge […]

Ecstasy is back

“Molly: Pure, but Not So Simple,” by Irina Aleksander in the New York Times Sunday Fashion and Style section, is a very disturbing and pertinent article. This new wave of Ecstasy is typical of the patterns of drug abuse in general. After the false and introductory promise of a safe drug, with no side effects, […]

Mission Statement for robertberezin.com

The central theme of “Psychotherapy of Character, the Play of Consciousness in the Theater of the Brain” and this web site, is that psychiatry has lost its way. Psychiatric issues are a human problem, not a brain disease. I was there when the phony biological disease model began. It all started with the alcoholism world. […]

Final Update

The book is out. It is now available on Amazon and all the online bookstores. You can also purchase it through Amazon from my website www.robertberezin.com in the “Books” section.

Update on “Psychotherapy of Character, the Play of Consciousness in the Theater of the Brain”

“Psychotherapy of Character” is now in publication. I have the author’s copy in my possession. In two weeks it will be accessible right here on “www.robertberezin.com”, and all the online bookstores. If you have a sense that drugs are not the answer. If you are tired of the destructive direction and misleading promises of the […]

ADHD is a Phantom Disease

Thank you Moritz Nestor for your article in” Current Concerns”, March 27, 2013, Inventor of ADHD’s Deathbed confession: “ADHD is a fictitious Disease”. It’s so important to bring psychiatry back to reality.  Children need boundaries and love, not too complicated. It’s just hard to do. But that is the job. Some kids temperamentally have a motor. […]