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The Seen But Forgotten


The Seen But Forgotten is a compelling and revealing look at how many aspects of modern psychiatry in the public domain can actually do more harm than good in attempting to 'treat' people with mental illness. It truly shows that research in this field, including the pharmalogical approach of prescribing dangerous medications, is in many ways not taking into account a person's body and spirit. From here, this book illustrates that a deeper and more alternative approach, including recovery-based and more spiritual concepts, is needed in order to open-up more the field of psychiatry to other ways of healing to try to avoid the chemical straight-jackets which so many people get buried under whilst being counselled and treated for a mental illness by the current medical approach of the practice of psychiatry.
Date Added: 07/12/2009 by Jacqueline Musgrave