GREAT article. I will be posting this in my waiting room. Doctors are sick to death of having to deal w/the vast mounds of turds left in the wake of these various & sundry “mental health professionals.” The schools are particularly rife with a plague of sundry dumbasses who are allowed to use whatever title the Dept. of Educratation dreams up. “Behavioral therapists” “counselors” et al…so many that I’m going to start a list of them. The best part is that they typically have less training in what their “title” alleges than the parent does ;o)
Yup, sacrificing more than a decade of one’s life, along with the tens of 1000s in debt, along with the scorn tossed at one now that the population is increasingly stupid, ignorant, & proud of it, just proves that you shouldn’t be trusted. After all, what the population wants is someone who’s as ignorant as they are, who’ll either lie or be too undereducated to tell them FACTS.
Why is there so much autism today? Well, the fact that every undereducated POS with some kind of “degree” in education or a watered-down version of “psychology,” gets to “diagnose” everything under the sun. But they’re SO NICE about it, so the morons actually contribute to this whole elaborate system of fraud.
Thank you for writing this. I will look forward to the sequels.
Originally posted on Bogus Dichotomy:
by Dr. Justin Les Faits
Since beginning my investigation of the various groups who call themselves “mental health professionals,” I’ve been stupified at what a web of deceit has evolved out there. I will continue to write about this, but to give you the skinny right up front: The only real mental health experts are doctors who are either licensed clinical psychologists or licensed psychiatrists. One of the reasons things have run amuck in mental health is because there are literally dozens of people who either 1) didn’t have the brains and / or 2) didn’t have the tenacity to complete the over 12-year training required to become an actual doctor in the field of mental health.
Also keep in mind that, like a psychologist colleague of mine (who first inspired me to investigate all this) pointed out:
“The problem with these numerous groups of undereducated people who consider themselves…
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