Content about Psychosis

April 4, 2012

 

Presently, more than two million people worldwide are being treated for mental disorders with a deadly combination of psychotropic drugs and electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), also known as electroshock therapy. ECT, which provides a shock of electric current as high as 450 volts into the brains of mental patients, and has destroyed the lives of countless millions since its introduction in the 1930’s. The Abdul Qadir Gilani Institute of Sufic Sciences, an institution which promotes the uplifting of mankind and removal of suffering through education about obedience to the Almighty Creator, urgently appeals to all governments, hospitals and private medical establishments to hereby immediately ban all further use of Electroconvulsive Therapy and psychotropic drugs.

 

 

December 1, 2009

In the first article of the series we introduced Jani Schofield, a 7 year-old girl unfortunately afflicted with Schizophrenia. The hallmark symptoms of her condition are extremely vivid hallucinations which have debilitated the Schofield family structure.  It was when these hallucinations caused her to became violent that her parents sought help.

In the first article of the series we introduced Jani Schofield, a 7 year-old girl unfortunately afflicted with Schizophrenia.