DIAGNOSTIC & STATISTICAL MANUAL: PSYCHIATRY’S DEADLIEST SCAM EDUCATION PACKAGE
–>The DSM: Psychiatry’s Deadliest Scam education package is provided free of charge to educators or seminar leaders, including professionals in the field of medicine who give lectures and group instruction, teach school or university classes, run community learning programs, or hold Continuing Medical Education (CME) seminars or classes. This education package includes:
- The DSM: Psychiatry’s Deadliest Scam Educator’s Guide, containing all resources needed to support a full seminar agenda based on the documentary.
- The Diagnostic & Statistical Manual: Psychiatry’s Deadliest Scam documentary DVD (1:18 mins.) Using the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), psychiatrists can enforce drugging, separate children from their parents and deprive individuals of their liberty by committing them to psychiatric institutions. Yet the DSM is not a tool for healing but an elaborate pseudoscientific sham that serves as the engine for a $330 billion psychiatric industry. From the myth of brain chemistry, to psychiatrists’ admission they cannot define what they mean by “mental disorder,” to the fact new “disorders” enter the manual not through science but by majority vote, this documentary presents the shocking truth.
- A set of 24 Diagnostic & Statistical Manual: Psychiatry’s Deadliest Scam companion booklets for seminar participants to read and pass on to others.
We are able to provide you with these materials for free thanks to the generous donations of CCHR’s contributors. In return, we ask that you inform CCHR of the results obtained from use of the information. Student/participant feedback, testimonials and statements from colleagues or professionals who benefited from knowing these facts are all welcomed by CCHR.
If you do not conduct classes or seminars, you wish to raise public awareness of mental health abuse issues, we encourage you to request our free DVD and Information Kit.
Please follow this link to order your kit now: http://www.cchr.org/educators/dsm.html