Russian educators, professionals and students learn of the often-fatal practice of prescribing dangerous psychiatric drugs to children—a practice that is on the rise in Russia.
St Petersburg, Russia, March 23, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Citizens Commission on Human Rights St. Petersburg held a special screening of the Dead Wrong documentary March 3, attended by the heads of educational institutions and children’s centers, doctors, lawyers and sociology and psychology students.
The prescribing of dangerous psychiatric drugs to Russian children is on the rise. Dead Wrong tells the tragic stories of several families whose children were the victims of this practice.
Every year, psychiatry invents new so-called "disorders" for which no standard physical test exists. One of the most popular diagnoses is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Any active child is at risk of being labeled ADHD and drugged with highly dangerous stimulants.
Every year, psychiatry invents new so-called “disorders” for which no standard physical test exists. One of the most popular diagnoses is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Any active child is at risk of being labeled ADHD and drugged with highly dangerous stimulants.
Lacking factual information, Russian parents are more easily influenced to administer these highly dangerous psychotropic drugs to their children.
Those attending the film screening were encouraged to analyze the facts presented and draw their own conclusions. Their comments included: “This issue needs to be covered by the media.” “This provokes a storm of emotions.” “Parents and teachers need to see this film. It can save children’s lives.”
For more information on Citizens Commission on Human Rights in Russia, visit cchr.spb.ru.
Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) is a nonprofit charitable mental health watchdog co-founded in 1969 by the Church of Scientology and professor of psychiatry emeritus, the late Dr. Thomas Szasz. It is dedicated to eradicating psychiatric abuses and ensuring patient protection.