Psychiatrists Dismiss Patient Evidence Against ECT as “Anecdotal” to Protect Profits

In 2015, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued its “Neurological Devices; Reclassification of Electroconvulsive Therapy Devices Intended for Use in Treating,” recommending that the ECT device be rated Class II (less risk classification than its current Class III) for: Severe major depressive episode (MDE) associated with major depressive disorder (MDD) or bipolar disorder (BPD) … Read morePsychiatrists Dismiss Patient Evidence Against ECT as “Anecdotal” to Protect Profits

Electroshock: Lawsuits and Death Findings

The long-term damaging effects of ECT has led to wrongful death lawsuits, as well as other grounds for law suits, including assault and battery and ECT causing personal injury, including brain damage and memory loss. The following is an example of coroner inquest findings and lawsuits, indicting the increasing recourse electroshock patients or their families … Read moreElectroshock: Lawsuits and Death Findings

Electroshocked at Age 13—My Personal Horror Story

It was fall 1968. I was 13 years old and very unhappy with my family life. The only way I knew how to get attention and help was take an overdose of my stepmother’s Valium. But, no one ever bothered to ask me what was going on or why I did it. I was just … Read moreElectroshocked at Age 13—My Personal Horror Story