Little by little psychiatrists are giving in to the pressure to reveal the truth about psychiatric drugs. Which drugs have never shown any benefit? Which drugs cause long-term irreversible damage? This information has been published and it seems it is being suppressed.

Have a look at what: Jonathan Leo, Ph.D. (Professor of Neuroanatomy) and Jeffrey Lacasse, Ph.D. posted on line yesterday (23rd January 2012) – Psychiatry’s Grand Confession

There is a long way to go in the UK where it is likely 98% of NHS psychiatrists still favour hiding the truth from patients and relatives.

Does your GP know that psychiatrist explain a ‘model’ to patients even though it is contrary to the scientific facts. Please pass on articles like this to your doctor.  Thank you.

About Roger Smith (in the UK)
Helping you to think about bipolar disorder in different ways so that we can eliminate the disorder and eventually eliminate the need for this diagnosis.


  1. Josie brett-Summors says:

    I would like to know more about risperidone and pregnancy. My son’s girlfriend, with a diagnosis of bi-polar disorder, is in the early weeks of pregnancy and has been co-erced into taking risperidone 37mg. by depo on a fortnightly basis. She is worried about the possible harmful effects to the developing foetus. As she is on a community treatment order, she fears that she will be recalled to hospital and that her ‘non-compliance’ will also be interpreted as an inability to care for her baby, with the subsequent involvement of social services. She is between the ‘devil and the deep blue sea’. Any information, advice or knowledge of how others, in a similar situation, may have approached this would be helpful.


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