Richard Warner has plenty to say about electroshock
thanks to several years of paralegal work he did for a firm representing a man who’s entire autobiographical memory was erased by ECT. Warner has heavily researched electroshock; its use, studies, what doctors know and are withhold regarding efficacy and risk and beautifully argues against the procedure in his paper, Shock Treatment: Efficacy, Memory Loss, and Brain Damage – Psychiatry’s Don’t Look, Don’t Tell Policy.
After reading this, I think anyone who has participated in deceiving the public and profited from the destruction of countless lives should lose their prestigious credentials, and spend the rest of their lives in a prison cell.
View all 42 pages of this anti-ECT masterpiece here.
Shock Treatment: Efficacy, Memory Loss, and Brain Damage – Psychiatry’s Don’t Look, Don’t Tell Policy. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://akmhcweb.org/ncarticles/RichardWarneronShockTreatment.pdf
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