Need a Psychiatric Assessment by a Limpopo Psychiatrist?
It is necessary to understand that the psychiatric field and psychiatry as a whole consists, not of methods of healing, but of harmful treatments that no moral medical professional would ever call a treatment. As author Edward Shorter
stated in A History of Psychiatry
, psychiatrists have had "a rather poor reputation among their medical colleagues as the dull and the second rate." Despite massive increases in funding, Limpopo psychiatrists have failed to define, let alone cure, the causes of mental problems.
While it appears modern day psychiatry is scientific, it still uses brutal psychiatric treatments and has a total absence of systematic scientific approach to mental health. The lack of any real science for diagnosing mental illness by psychiatrist doctors adds to psychiatry's already bad reputation. A psychiatric assessment in Limpopo by a psychiatric doctor is nothing except dangerous guesswork at the expense of their Limpopo mental health patient.
How Does a Limpopo Psychiatrist Diagnose Mental Disorders?
Across South Africa and in Limpopo, psychiatrists use a list of manufactured mental disorders to compare a patient against. The most commonly used list of disorders used for psychiatric diagnosis is in a book called the Diagnostic Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM). In 1952 this book only contained 112 mental disorders but has increased dramatically to 374 in 1994, and is still on the rise today. WHY?
A study published by university public health researchers in April 2006, revealed that every psychiatric expert connected to the development of the mood disorders listed in the DSM-IV - before or after the book was published - had financial ties to pharmaceutical drug companies. This report was the first to officially document the wide-ranging financial conflict of interest between the pharmaceutical companies, psychiatrists, and other mental health personnel responsible for the development of the manual. In other words, the Diagnostic Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders is just a bundle of items the mental health industry can bill for.
What You Need to Know About Psychiatric Evaluations in Limpopo
Represented as diagnostic tools, the DSM and other similar lists of "mental disorders" are not only used to assess mental illnesses and prescribe treatment in Limpopo, but are also used to modify school education and make court decisions, such as in disputes of child custody and much more. Yet this diagnostic system involves no science whatsoever, despite large fortunes of Limpopo taxpayer's money being poured into psychiatry in South Africa. If you receive a psychiatric evaluation or test by a Limpopo psychiatrist and pay a visit to another psychiatrist in Limpopo Province, the likelihood is that both psychiatric doctors will give different evaluations and prescribe different treatments. Psychiatrists and psychologists base their assessments on what they believe is wrong with a patient and NOT on any scientific cause. They treat a list of symptoms and NOT real causes.