ECT psychiatrists and device manufacturers aren’t telling patients the truth about ECT side effects and this is now resulting in legal consequences Still pushing marketing over science
In 1938 the first use of ECT on a human being occurred in Rome, Italy. This act was done by neurologist Ugo Cerletti and his student… Read More »ECT: At least the pigs stopped screaming
Anna is a childhood psychiatric drug and a teenage electroshock survivor. She founded Life After ECT to ensure people injured by electroconvulsive therapy have easy access to resources that can help them understand their injuries and find a path to recovery.
BBC NEWS. “It’s very difficult to talk about because I have very little memory of this period,” she said. “There are huge gaps around things… Read More »Electroconvulsive therapy: ‘I have no memory of a year of my life’
Ms Barr gives evidence about her perspectives on the Lake Alice staff, the use of electroconvulsive therapy without anaesthetic on children and her experiences while working in the Child and Adolescent Unit.
The extended cut version of New Zealand National Shame for the inactions leaving all of the victims of Lake Alice and other State run and… Read More »NZ Government Guilty of Torture – A Nations Shame – extended cut Newshub expose’
JOHN READ and IRVING KIRSCH This week on Mad In America Radio we turn our attention to electroconvulsive therapy (known as electroshock in the US).… Read More »Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) – Does the Evidence From Clinical Trials Justify its Continued Use?