PSYCHIATRY KILLS: THE EXHIBIT
Just a few blocks from the Hollywood “Walk of Fame,” CCHR’s permanent exhibit is a regular for tourists. It has become a vital educational tool for nursing schools and other education institutions.
“Psychiatry Kills” is one of the most shocking expos�s ever assembled. It covers such diverse subjects as:
Creating the Holocaust: German psychiatrists laid the “scientific” foundations of the Nazi euthanasia program. Nazi psychiatrists first sterilized 350,000 people and murdered 300,000 “mental defectives,” setting the stage for the Holocaust.
School Violence: School killing sprees have been committed by youths taking psychiatric drugs and undergoing psychological programs such as “anger management”.
Electroshock: Widely practiced today and worth $3 billion a year to the American psychiatric industry, ECT creates irreversible damage, permanent memory loss and sometimes death.
Fueling Apartheid: South Africa’s apartheid system grew from psychiatric “racial inferiority” theories.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY:
“I found the entire exhibit to be interesting and informative. Society is terribly misled and uneducated about psychiatry. People need to be educated before accepting any mental health diagnosis. Your organization offers this to them.”
“The history and theory of the entire exhibit is very interesting. CCHR knows the truth! Excellent job! Keep doing your good work!”
“The exhibit highlighted abuses committed under the guise of mental health treatment. The mental health system is dangerously under-regulated and is a danger to human rights. Keep up the good work, CCHR.”
“The exhibit could help others realize there are other means of therapy besides pills or psychs. People need to know that there is an organization that supports human rights. This is an informative exhibit that opens people’s minds.”
“I was enlightened by the historical significance and how psychiatry has come to what it is today. Much of the information was to say, in the least, disturbing and provoking. I have come out of the exhibit with a new mindset. Keep informing others about this.”
“I think everyone would benefit from all of the knowledge that you can acquire here. I have gained from it and I leave a better person for it.”