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Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-V)

#1 Purpose of DSM-5: Money making billing system for insurance companies and governments.

#2 Purpose of DSM-5: Appearance of medical legitimacy

"Thus, if the DSM is unreliable and diagnostically imprecise, it can only be concluded that the major effect of DSM-III and its successors, the DSM IV and IVR, was its provision of billing codes and the consequent absorption of mental-health problems into the medical health care (and insurance) system. Not only did psychology adopt medical terminology, it also tried to co-opt medical patients and their business." (Manufacturing Victims, Dr. Tana Dineen, 2001, p 256)

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International Classifications of Diseases

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Introduction:

1. It is well known that the "Diagnostic and Statistical Manual" (DSM-5) and all its predecessors, are nothing more than a billing system for insurance companies and governments.

2. The DSM-5 is the tool psychiatrists, psychotherapists, psychologists, mental health workers and councilors use to make money. Without the DSM-5, they would have no billing standards.

One might say that "we are all in it for the money", when it comes to business. Capitalism is the best system. Psychiatrists getting rich is no problem for me. However it matters how they get rich and why.

Do remember that when you go to your local church minister for advice over lunch, it is free, altruistic and often more helpful than anything a psychiatrist might say or do.

There are two opposite views within the psychiatric industry today: 1. Those who believe man has a spirit, distinct from the body and that mental illness is a spirit problem, not a body problem. Drugs may help a bit, but are not solutions. Talking about what is in the spirit provides the only real possible solutions. 2. Psychiatrists who believe in evolution and that man has not spirit, but is a mere collection of chemicals. Mental illness is caused by chemical imbalances and drugs fix these imbalances.

Chemical psychiatry is not only where all the big money is, but it is also the easiest! Why waste all that time talking for an hour when you can write 10 prescriptions instead!

In the battle, Chemical psychiatry has become very dominant. The other side that believes in talk therapy is losing: "As Ted Morris, the treasurer of the Canadian Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology, put it, licensed "psychologists are being excised from institutional practice faster than any other health care professional group - we are expensive to feed and painless to drown."" (Manufacturing Victims, Dr. Tana Dineen, 2001, p 263)

"There is a story that psychiatry doesn't dare tell, which shows that our societal delusion about the benefits of psychiatric drugs isn't entirely an innocent one. In order to sell our society on the soundness of this form of care, psychiatry has had to grossly exaggerate the value of its new drugs, silence critics, and keep the story of poor long-term outcomes hidden. That is a willful, conscious process, and the very fact that psychiatry has had to employ such storytelling methods reveals a great deal about the merits of this paradigm of care, much more than a single study ever could." (Anatomy of an Epidemic, Robert Whitaker, 2010 AD, p 312)

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A. Scientific and medical sounding names for everyday behaviour: DSM-5

1. The DSM-5 creates uses Scientistic and medical sounding labels to create the illusion that your behaviour is a medical problem, disorder and disease.

a. Billing an insurance company for treating little Johnny's "temper tantrum" would be rightly met with scorn.

b. But create a Scientistic and medical sounding label called, "Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder" and the insurance company start writing cheques.

c. There is no difference between a "temper tantrum" and "Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder", but the latter sounds like a mental disorder that needs to be treated by a doctor.

d. Therein lays the fraud and the conn of the modern psychiatry and the DSM-5.

2. The DSM-5 has over 300 categories of everyday human behaviour that are usually one of the 153 sins listed in the Bible.

a. There are hundreds of examples of medical sounding names for everyday behaviour.

b. Generally they will take Greek

c. "Trichotillomania disorder" is Greek for "twisting your hair so it falls out"

d. "Dysthymia disorder" is Greek for "someone who sulks, is negative and self-pitying.

e. "Histrionic disorder" is Greek for "someone who loves to be the center of attention through inappropriate emotional expressions, including seductive behavior if all else fails."

f. "Anankastic disorder" is Greek for "someone who behaves in fixed and set patterns of behaviour that cannot be changed".

3. Before the DSM, psychiatry and psychology were not viewed with the same respect and science as true medicine.

a. DSM-5 continues the goal of psychiatrists and psychologists to be viewed as real medical specialists by selecting scientific sounding "Greek word equivalents" for everyday human behaviour.

b. The DSM-5 is the primary billing tool so insurance companies and governments can treat common human behaviour choices and send in one of over 300 alpha-numeric reference codes between F-00.00 and F-99.99.

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THE NEW DSM-5

The Psychiatry is not medicine, but a profit motivated business

Its all about money! The money grab!

#1 Purpose of DSM-5: Billing system for insurance companies and money

#2 Purpose of DSM-5: Appearance of medical legitimacy

B. The truth about the DSM-5 from experts:

The Psychology Industry relies on the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-IV) of the American Psychiatric Association, for many of the names and labels it uses . The original 1954 version served to crystallize the nineteenth-century belief that mental illnesses were biologically based and similar to physical diseases. But unlike medical diagnoses that convey a probable cause, appropriate treatment and likely prognosis, the disorders listed in the DSM-IV are terms arrived at through peer consensus, designed to be used in communicating information, conducting research, providing treatment and doing billing. (Manufacturing Victims, Dr. Tana Dineen, 2001, p 86)

"The other major flaw of the DSM, related to the first, is that it labels virtually everything as some type of disorder. Thus a child who sees a DSM-oriented doctor is almost assured of a psychiatric label and a prescription, even if the child is perfectly fine. ... individual DSM labels include so many vague criteria that almost anyone can qualify. ... This willy-nilly labeling of virtually everyone as mentally ill is a serious danger to healthy children, because virtually all children have enough symptoms to get a DSM label and a drug." (Sydney Walker III, M.D., The Hyperactivity Hoax,1998, p 23-24)

"I would be remiss if I left out the obvious economic factors in psychiatry's movement toward the biologic. Pharmaceutical corporations now contribute heavily to psychiatric research and are increasingly present and a part of psychiatric academic conferences. There has been little resistance in the field to this, with the exception of occasional token protest, despite its obvious corrosive and corrupting effects." (Against Biologic Psychiatry, Dr. David Kaiser, Psychologist, Psychiatric Times, December, Dec. 1996, Vol. XIII, Issue 12)

"More than ever, the profession of psychiatry is determined to ground its medical legitimacy on creating diagnoses and pretending that they are diseases." (The Medicalization Of Everyday Life, Thomas Szasz, 2007 AD, p 27)

"At this point in history, in my view, psychiatry has been almost completely bought out by the drug companies. The APA could not continue without the pharmaceutical company support of meetings, symposia, workshops, journal advertising, grand rounds luncheons, unrestricted educational grants etc. etc. Psychiatrists have become the minions of drug company promotions. APA, of course, maintains that its independence and autonomy are not compromised in this enmeshed situation." (L.R. Mosher, Psychiatrist, resignation letter from the American Psychiatric Association, 1998)

However, as history demonstrates, psychologists have pursued their own goals at great expense to society. The psychiatrist Fuller Torrey once described psychology as "the world's second oldest profession, remarkably similar to the first. Both involve a contract (implicit or explicit) between a specialist and a client for a service, and for this service a fee is paid."" Both professions shape themselves and their services to fit the wishes and feelings of their clients, to make them feel better in body or in mind, but the underlying goal is to do whatever has to be done in order to make a living. "Give the customer what he wants" is the motto, whether it is the pleasure of sex, the benefits of 'strong workers and soldiers, the thrill of self-actualization or the blameless [less of victimhood.] to this liaison, American society has abandoned its moral and cultural tradition while psychology has lost its soul and neglected, even scorned, its own scientific foundation. Psychology has failed to see how it changes itself in response to the wishes and fantasies of its client: Psychologists have overlooked the influence of social and financial rewards on their own thinking and actions and failed to notice that, in pursuing their own goals; they have conformed to the common ideology, the Zeitgeist. (Manufacturing Victims, Dr. Tana Dineen, 2001, p 266)

"Psychiatric training reflects their influence as well; i.e., the most important part of a resident curriculum is the art and quasi-science of dealing drugs, i.e., prescription writing. These psychopharmacological limitations on our abilities to be complete physicians also limit our intellectual horizons. No longer do we seek to understand whole persons in their social contexts rather we are there to realign our patients' neurotransmitters. The problem is that it is very difficult to have a relationship with a neurotransmitter whatever its configuration. So, our guild organization provides a rationale, by its neurobiological tunnel vision, for keeping our distance from the molecule conglomerates we have come to define as patients. We condone and promote the widespread overuse and misuse of toxic chemicals that we know have serious long term effects: tardive dyskinesia, tardive dementia and serious withdrawal syndromes. So, do I want to be a drug company patsy who treats molecules with their formulary? No, thank you very much. It saddens me that after 35 years as a psychiatrist I look forward to being dissociated from such an organization. In no way does it represent my interests. It is not within my capacities to buy into the current biomedical-reductionistic model heralded by the psychiatric leadership as once again marrying us to somatic medicine. This is a matter of fashion, politics and, like the pharmaceutical house connection, money." (L.R. Mosher, Psychiatrist, resignation letter from the American Psychiatric Association, 1998)

Psychology may have seeped into virtually every facet of existence, but that does not mean that it has always been there... Understanding the recent history of psychological experts is critical to understanding psychology's place in contemporary society. That history is based on an extraordinary quest for power... (Ellen Herman, The Romance of American Psychology)

This process of equating symptoms with illnesses has been repeated with every diagnostic category, culminating in perhaps one of the greatest sophistries psychiatry has pulled off in its illustrious history of sophistries, namely the creation of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (currently in its fourth incarnation under the name DSM-IV). the bible of modern psychiatry. In it are listed all known "mental disorders," defined individually by their respective symptom lists. Thus mental illnesses are equated with symptoms. The surface is all there is. The perverse beauty of this scheme is that if you take away a patient's symptoms, the disorder is gone. For those who do serious work with patients, this manual is useless, because for me it is simply irrelevant what name you give to a particular set of symptoms. It is an absolute myth created by modern psychiatry that these "disorders" actually exist as discrete entities that have a cause and treatment. This is essentially a pseudo-scientific enterprise that grew out of modern psychiatry's desire to emulate modern medical science, despite the very real possibility that psychic pain, because of its existential nature, may always elude the capture of modern medical discourse and practice. (Against Biologic Psychiatry, Dr. David Kaiser, Psychologist, Psychiatric Times, December, Dec. 1996, Vol. XIII, Issue 12)

"As noted, the decision to take or to stop taking psychiatric drugs should be a personal one. It should not be trivialized by glib acceptance of pseudo-medical arguments from your doctor or others such as "This drug is the most effective treatment for your serious illness" or "This drug corrects biochemical imbalances in your brain" or "Never fail to take this medication; it's just like insulin for diabetes." In the field of mental health, not a single physical explanation has been confirmed for any of the hundreds of psychiatric "disorders" listed in the DSM-IV. A recent editorial in the American Journal of Psychiatry states the case plainly: "[A]s yet, we have no identified etiological agents for psychiatric disorders."' Even in this age of biological quick fixes, an increasing number of researchers are documenting the observation that nondrug approaches produce equivalent or better results than drugs. This is true even for problems considered extremely serious, such as "schizophrenia."2 Your doctor's claims to the contrary have little or no scientific basis." (Your Drug May Be Your Problem, Peter Breggin, David Cohen, 2007 AD, p 138)

"why must the APA pretend to know more than it does? DSM IV is the fabrication upon which psychiatry seeks acceptance by medicine in general. Insiders know it is more a political than scientific document. To its credit it says so, although its brief apologia is rarely noted. DSM IV has become a bible and a money making best seller - its major failings notwithstanding. It confines and defines practice, some take it seriously, others more realistically. It is the way to get paid." (L.R. Mosher, Psychiatrist, resignation letter from the American Psychiatric Association, 1998)

"Psychiatrists as a group are much more controlling, authoritarian, and emotionally distant than other nonmedical mental health professionals. Now that the profession is dominated by its biological wing, it attracts doctors who feel more comfortable writing prescriptions than relating to people. These tendencies, in turn, are reinforced by their training in clinics and mental hospitals, where they are taught to exert power and authority over patients and other professionals and where they learned to lock up people against their will, to administer electroshock, to write orders for solitary confinement and restraint, to control every aspect of the patients' daily routine, to prescribe toxic drugs while denying their devastating adverse effects, and to generally maintain an authoritarian and distant relationship with their patients. As a result, psychiatrists tend to seek power not only on the hospital ward and in the office but in administration and politics as well. They frequently become powerful leaders in the health field. In politics, they are extraordinarily effective. The mental health lobby, funded by drug companies and led by organized psychiatry, is one of the most powerful in the nation's history. Biological psychiatrists-who comprise the majority of today's psychiatrists-tend to react in a very suppressive manner to those who oppose them, including dissidents in their field. They ostracize their critics and have been known to drive them from their positions in schools or other institutions. This behavior is consistent with the authoritarian and controlling approaches they are taught during their training." (Your Drug May Be Your Problem, Peter Breggin, David Cohen, 2007 AD, p 226)

"there have always been mad people, that is, individuals considered deviant, deranged, feebleminded, senile, and so forth. But there have not always been allegedly precise psychiatric diagnoses and psychiatric treatments. Moreover, psychiatric diagnoses and psychiatric treatments were not developed alongside the empirical discovery of discrete, new mental diseases. No one contests this assertion. When I was a young psychiatrist there were but a handful of psychiatric diagnoses/diseases. Now there are more than three hundred. Not one was discovered. All were invented. In the absence of empirically verifiable discoveries, they had to be. What drove the inventions? The inventiveness of psychiatrists needing to prove that they are doctors, that their patients have diseases, and that these maladies require and justify their interventions. From the start, so-called psychiatric treatment was the engine that drove the train of psychiatric diagnostics." (Coercion as Cure, Thomas Szasz, 2007 AD, p 59)

"Psychologists in White Coats: The re-emergence of a medical image for psychological treatment, evident in two current activities, has constituted part of the efforts to repair psychology's image. First was the "scramble for protection under the powerful umbrella of medicine." psychology hoped that if it could associate itself with the strong and established profession of medicine, it could, by alliance or by default, gain the credibility it could not attain through research. This movement has been most evident in the re-acquisition of medical concepts and terminology and in the attempt to redefine physical illnesses in, emotional and psychological language. In contrast to its earlier anti-medical stance, in the late 1970s the Psychology industry began to remodel itself along the lines of traditional medicine. Problems became "psychopathology" or diseases (e.g. the "epidemic of depression"), difficulties became "disorders" or "syndromes," individuals again became "patients," assessments became "diagnoses" and outcomes were now "prognoses." A significant contribution to this movement was the official introduction in 1980 of the DSM-III, which the American Journal of Psychiatry described as having served to augment the "general trend toward the remedicalizations of the phenomena of psychiatry." In an editorial in the issue discussing the DSM-IV and psychotherapy, Chodoff concluded that "the other purposes [beyond diagnosis) the diagnostic manual serves [are] to provide labels for hospital, third party, and other records, and to supply data for research into the prevalence and outcome of psychiatric conditions no matter how they are treated." However, studies in the mid-1970s had shown the overall unreliability of these psychiatric labels, a conclusion that was supported by Chodoff when he noted that "treatment tends to give rise to a diagnosis." Thus, if the DSM is unreliable and diagnostically imprecise, it can only be concluded that the major effect of DSM-III and its successors, the DSM IV and IVR, was its provision of billing codes and the consequent absorption of mental-health problems into the medical health care (and insurance) system. Not only did psychology adopt medical terminology, it also tried to co-opt medical patients and their business, with political statements such as "60% or more of the physician visits are made by patients who demonstrate an emotional, rather than an organic, etiology for their physical symptoms. But rather than share their turf, psychiatrists and psychologists began fighting for the same turf. Significant in this struggle is the current trend to approach psychological problems from a bio-logical perspective, with regard to both diagnosis and treatment. For instance, neurobiological evidence and explanations are being sought for such problems as trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder." And pharmaceuticals are being tested and dispensed for the treatment not only of depressive symptoms, but also of attention deficit hyperactive disorder (e.g. Ritalin), impotence (e.g. Viagra) and alcoholism (e.g. Naltrexone). This shift towards a biological orientation has spurred licensed psychologists to lobby for the right to prescribe psychoactive drugs. ... And all of this is being carried out by a profession that historically fought psychiatry, hospitalization and the use of drugs, arguing that psychotherapy was "just as effective."" (Manufacturing Victims, Dr. Tana Dineen, 2001, p 256)

C. Psychologists are aligning with chemical Psychiatrists:

"To begin to understand this other history, one must consider the subtle but profound effects that nationalism, consumerism, feminism, "genderism," p rofessionalism and capitalism have had on what had begun as the science of psychology; how psychological "facts" were created or distorted to support political or financial interests. Rather than the scientific approach of psychology being the correcting force, the Psychology Industry with its business plans, personal goals and social agendas has become the determining force shaping the profession. Although the academic discipline and the practice of psychology have had, until recently, quite separate and distinct histories, most people tend to use the terms synonymously. They view psychology as both a science that determines the "facts" cited by psychologists, and a practice that involves the skillful and objective application of psychological knowledge. What virtually no one realizes is the extent to which the former has given way to the latter and, by aligning with other more powerful forces in society, fostered the growth of psychology into a major industry, thus sacrificing its soul (psyche) and its science (-ology)." (Manufacturing Victims, Dr. Tana Dineen, 2001, p 234)

"psychologists are being excised from institutional practice faster than any other health care professional group - we are expensive to feed and painless to drown."" (Manufacturing Victims, Dr. Tana Dineen, 2001, p 263)

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Drug companies make tons of money off the bogus chemical imbalance myth that has no scientific support.

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D. Increase the Market! Profit seeking expands the scope of Therapy to everyone!

But psychiatrists are equally to blame because they get paid by drug companies to also tell lies. Psychiatrists are pawns of drugs companies.

"In a move to detach and distinguish themselves from their conservative and conforming scientific predecessors, psychologists now promoted the goal of "growth" rather than "cure." Grasping the vast opportunities, they began to echo the words of Erving and Miriam Polster: "Therapy is too good to be limited to the sick." It was readily accepted, bought and paid for by "an educated public eager for some easy form of psychological salvation in which you didn't have to be sick in order to get well." (Manufacturing Victims, Dr. Tana Dineen, 2001, p 253)

"In short, a powerful quartet of voices came together during the 1980s eager to inform the public that mental disorders were brain diseases. Pharmaceutical companies provided the financial muscle. The APA and psychiatrists at top medical schools conferred intellectual legitimacy upon the enterprise. The NIMH put the government's stamp of approval on the story. NAMI provided a moral authority. This was a coalition that could convince American society of almost anything, and even better for the coalition, there was one other voice on the scene that, in its own way, helped make the story bulletproof in society's eyes." (Anatomy of an Epidemic, Robert Whitaker, 2010 AD, p 280)

Psychotherapy is proliferated and undefined: "At a Boulder, Colorado conference on graduate education in clinical psychology, Victor Raimy declared: "Psychotherapy is an undefined technique applied to unspecified cases with unpredictable results. For this technique, rigorous training is required. By the end of the 1970s, Herink reported that the number of name-brand psychotherapies exceeded 250 and by the turn of the twenty-first century revised estimates reached 500." (Manufacturing Victims, Dr. Tana Dineen, 2001, p 254)

"It's all a matter of definition-of naming and labeling. When emotional discomfort or suffering is defined as a "disorder," it creates business for doctors and drug companies. The campaigns to promote "mental illness" have been so successful that, within a matter of a few years, millions of Americans have come to believe that they have "biochemical imbalances," "panic disorder," or "clinical depression," and that their children have "ADHD," and bipolar disorder, and oppositional defiant disorder." (Your Drug May Be Your Problem, Peter Breggin, David Cohen, 2007 AD, p 112)

"Unfortunately, American Psychiatric Association (APA) reflects, and reinforces, in word and deed, our drug dependent society. ... A Marxist would observe that being a good capitalist organization, APA likes only those drugs from which it can derive a profit - directly or indirectly. This is not a group for me. At this point in history, in my view, psychiatry has been almost completely bought out by the drug companies. Psychiatrists have become the minions of drug company promotions." (L.R. Mosher, Psychiatrist, resignation letter from the American Psychiatric Association, 1998)

"The media have become very protective of psychiatry - especially of psychiatric drugs. Except for occasional exposes, the media tend to publish testimonials to drugs while omitting their hazards. Books critical of psychiatric drugs are rarely reviewed in major newspapers or magazines and rarely discussed on television. In the past year, the FDA has loosened the requirements for drug company advertisements directed to the public. As a result, there has been an explosion of such ads in newspapers and magazines, and on television, accounting for a 40 percent increase in print-media ad revenues since 1997. ... Most psychiatric journals are totally dependent on drug company advertising-a relationship that influences their editorial policies." (Your Drug May Be Your Problem, Peter Breggin, David Cohen, 2007 AD, p 134)

Conclusion:

1. Before the DSM, psychiatry and psychology were not viewed with the same respect and science as true medicine.

The mental health industry has moved towards chemical/biological practice. Psychologists are even moving towards the chemical model rapidly.

3. DSM-5 continues the goal of psychiatrists and psychologists to be viewed as real medical specialists by selecting scientific sounding "Greek word equivalents" for everyday human behaviour.

4. The DSM-5 is the primary billing tool so insurance companies and governments can treat common human behaviour choices and send in one of over 300 alpha-numeric reference codes between F-00.00 and F-99.99.

The chemical view of man provides much more opportunity to make money with the drug companies and is easier to do, since you don't "waste" all that time finding out what is really bothering the person deep in his soul!

The point is that the lure of money from the drug companies is leading the mental health industry towards the chemical view of man and away from the only thing that really works: Finding out by talking what the problem is without drugging them into a stupor.

"Just for a moment, before we examine whether we have solved the puzzle that we set forth in the opening of this book, here is a quick way to see the old-hag picture a bit more clearly. Imagine that a virus suddenly appears in our society that makes people sleep twelve, fourteen hours a day. Those infected with it move about somewhat slowly and seem emotionally disengaged. Many gain huge amounts of weight-twenty, forty, sixty, and even one hundred pounds. Often, their blood sugar levels soar, and so do their cholesterol levels. A number of those struck by the mysterious illness-including young children and teenagers-become diabetic in fairly short order. Reports of patients occasionally dying from pancreatitis appear in the medical literature. Newspapers and magazines fill their pages with accounts of this new scourge, which is dubbed metabolic dysfunction illness, and parents are in a panic over the thought that their children might contract this horrible disease. The federal government gives hundreds of millions of dollars to scientists at the best universities to decipher the inner workings of this virus, and they report that the reason it causes such global dysfunction is that it blocks a multitude of neurotransmitter receptors in the brain-dopaminergic, serotoninergic, muscarinic, adrenergic, and histaminergic. All of those neuronal pathways in the brain are compromised. Meanwhile, MRI studies find that over a period of several years, the virus shrinks the cerebral cortex, and this shrinkage is tied to cognitive decline. A terrified public clamors for a cure. Now such an illness has in fact hit millions of American children and adults. We have just described the effects of Eli Lilly's bestselling antipsychotic, Zyprexa." (Anatomy of an Epidemic, Robert Whitaker, 2010 AD, p208)

8. The DSM is a book of satanic deception because it disguises its true purpose and labels as disease, every behaviour choice available to mankind.

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