Nashville Mental Health Exhibition Exposes Dangers of Psychiatric 'Treatments'

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  • (1888PressRelease) September 15, 2017 - An exhibition exposing the hidden agendas and dangers of the psychiatric industry opened in North Nashville this week. Called “Psychiatry: An Industry of Death,” the exhibition, organized by the psychiatric watchdog Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), raises public awareness and exposes the lack of transparency in the field of mental health, where so often only selective data is made available to patients.

    At the opening of the exhibition, the theme was “breaking the chains of oppression” and speakers spoke of the need for informed consent in relation to mental treatment. Display panels in the exhibition pointed to information that many in the psychiatric industry choose to ignore, such as the aggression, violence and suicidal thoughts that so often result from prescribed drugs such as antidepressants.

    The first speaker, Dr. David Morris, a chiropractor and owner of Magnolia Medical Center, spoke to the extensive drugging and abuse of children in the psychiatric industry and encouraged all attendees to consult a licensed medical professional any time they receive a “diagnosis” from a psychiatrist.

    Keynote speaker at the opening, Bishop Marcus Campbell, pastor of Mount Carmel Baptist Church, admonished everyone to look for themselves and said, “We all perish for lack of knowledge,” before urging attendees to tour the exhibit.

    The issue of informed consent was highlighted in relation to children and adolescents. Part of the exhibition focused on needless young deaths that could have been avoided if parents had been fully informed about the effects of psychiatric drugs. A majority of so-called “schoolyard shootings” resulting in hundreds of fatalities were shown to have been connected to mind-altering prescription drugs.

    Kalee Madorin, spokesperson for the Nashville CCHR Chapter, reinforced the words of the speakers, “Psychiatrists constantly show off their failures in order to get more government funding. They aren’t looking for—and don’t want to find—a cure for mental illness because the money they are making is now in the trillions.”

    CCHR is an international psychiatric watchdog group co-founded in 1969 by members of the Church of Scientology and the late professor of psychiatry, Dr. Thomas Szasz. For more information, visit

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