Category Archives: ECT

Mental Illness Minute with Shock Girl

Stay up to date on all the important mental illness news with the baldazzling host of Mental Illness Minute, Shock Girl. Today, Shock Girl brings us news on NamiDearest’s Taxidermy Therapy Program, Mayor Bloomberg’s Subway Station Schizo Pens, New York’s Stop-and-Frisk, Thorazine Spraydowns, and her new Shock Therapy accessories line, Baldazzled!

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Preserve Those Cherished Memories…and Your Loved One, Forever!

Who better understands your frustration with non-compliant mentally ill family members than we do here at NamiDearest? As leaders in mental illness advocacy and policy, we devote the weight of our enormous moral authority and hand-wringing sob stories to the advancement of best practices in mental health care. Some of these best practices include fewer […]

Posted in "bipolar disorder", "mental illness", "schizophrenia", assisted suicide, brain trust, child abuse, domestic violence, ECT, ethics get in the way, euthanasia, forced psychiatric "treatment", human rights, Inspiration, involuntary commitment, NAMI mommies, NAMI propaganda, psychiatric drugs as "treatment", scapegoating, shit-based practices, Stanley Medical Research Institute, taxidermy, terrorists, Torrey Stories, trauma, Treatment Advocacy Center, who needs civil rights anyway? | 11 Comments

The Commitment Hour: Assisted Outpatient Suicide for the Seriously Mentally Ill

Tonight on this special Valentine’s Day edition of  The Commitment Hour, NamiDearest interviews our favorite NamiMommy about a special new treatment program for the seriously mentally ill. Advocates for the seriously mentally ill call this program, The Permanent Solution.

Posted in "bipolar disorder", "mental illness", "schizophrenia", assisted suicide, biobabble, brain, child abuse, childhood bipolar disorder, ECT, ethics get in the way, euthanasia, forced psychiatric "treatment", history, I love you NAMI Dearest, Inspiration, lies, NAMI mommies, NAMI propaganda, psychiatric drugs as "treatment", scapegoating, shit-based practices, suicide, terrorists, The Commitment Hour, The Lazies, Treatment Advocacy Center, who needs civil rights anyway? | 8 Comments

Locate your mentally ill loved ones anytime, anywhere.

NamiLok8 is a leading grassroots innovator and provider of products and services that address the expanding personal monitoring market and provide enhanced control and peace-of-mind to the modern mobile family and friends of the mentally ill. Today, in our busy lives, it is one of our greatest fears that a mentally ill loved one, child […]

Posted in "bipolar disorder", "mental illness", "schizophrenia", biobabble, child abuse, DJ Jaffe, ECT, ethics get in the way, forced psychiatric "treatment", GPS monitoring, human rights, Inspiration, involuntary commitment, mental hygiene arrest, NAMI mommies, psychiatric abuse, psychiatric drugs as "treatment", The Lazies, Torrey Stories, travel, travel safety, Treatment Advocacy Center, who needs civil rights anyway? | 10 Comments

Break the Silence on Mental Illness

Time for another Mental Illness Minute with your sizzling host, Shock Girl. Today, Shock Girl tells us how we can break the silence on mental illness. Do your part to raise awareness. Please consider attending this important event. Thank you.

Posted in "bipolar disorder", "mental illness", "schizophrenia", ADHD, biobabble, brain, childhood bipolar disorder, ECT, ethics get in the way, forced psychiatric "treatment", human rights, Inspiration, Mental Illness Minute with Shock Girl, NAMI propaganda, preventable tragedies, psychiatric abuse, psychiatric drugs as "treatment", psychiatric survivors, restraint, shit-based practices, trauma, who needs civil rights anyway? | 3 Comments