I commend Psychology Today for the courage to publish Marilyn Wedge’s article in its March 9, 2012 edition, “Why French Kids Don’t have ADHD“. The APA might want to take note. France is clear – raise your children with boundaries, discipline, and love. Boundaries and a healthy discipline gives children the security they need to […]
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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. […]
Return of The Little Haters and Beating The Little Haters are wonderful videos that stand on their own. They are also beautiful illustrations of how consciousness actually operates. People, like Jay, have an Internalizer temperament. Consequently he is routinely subject to attacks as if from the little Haters. People with an Externalizer temperament don’t experience internal attacks […]
The date approaches. The book will be in print and available in June.
In Psychiatry’s New Guide Falls Short, Experts Say, NY Times, May 7, it says, “Dr. Insel is one of a growing number of scientists who think that the field needs an entirely new paradigm for understanding mental disorders…” This is definitely true. Unfortunately, Dr. Insel’s critique of DSM-5 extends biological-pharmaceutical psychiatry even further in the […]
The book is now being proofread. We are six to nine weeks out from publication. I’m getting excited.
I am answering Bill’s comment to an earlier blog post as its own post, because it’s so important. He said: Did you catch the segment 60 Minutes did last year about the placebo affect in treating depression? What are your thoughts? I personally am anti-drug, but I am far from having the knowledge of any […]
I applaud the New York Times for publishing Drowned in a Stream of Prescriptions, by Alan Schwarz, on the front page of the Sunday Times, Feb. 2, 2013. It is a painful and horrifying story. There can be no consolation for his poor parents. The article is very well written and captures the insensitivity, uncaring […]
This is an introduction to a new blog which will address psychiatry, psychotherapy,psychiatric drugs,consciousness, neuroscience, dreams, myths, and art. I’ll be addressing these issues and more along with the forthcoming publication of “Psychotherapy of Character, The Play of Consciousness in the Theater of the Brain.”