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CCDH: Are there safe and natural alternatives to psychotropic drugs?

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Pamela Seefeld is a clinical pharmacist and consultant in pharmacognosy

CCHR Florida's head office is located in downtown Clearwater.

CCHR Florida’s head office is located in downtown Clearwater.

According to data from the IQVia Total Patient Tracker database for the year 2019, extracted in February 2020, 61,262 children aged 0-5 years are prescribed antipsychotics in the United States.

According to data from the IQVia Total Patient Tracker database for the year 2019, extracted in February 2020, 61,262 children aged 0-5 years are prescribed antipsychotics in the United States.

With more than 34 million Americans taking antidepressants in 2013-2014, addiction and psychiatric withdrawal is a growing problem.

With more than 34 million Americans taking antidepressants in 2013-2014, addiction and psychiatric withdrawal is a growing problem.

Antipsychotics have many serious and debilitating side effects.

Antipsychotics have many serious and debilitating side effects.

For those dealing with mental anguish, there are safe solutions that don’t risk addiction, mania, or violence unlike many prescription drugs.

For those who suffer from mental anguish, or the myriad of mental disorders manufactured by the psychiatric industry, there are safe and humane solutions available which will be discussed.

— Florida Citizens Commission on Human Rights

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, USA, July 19, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) is hosting an online webinar on July 23 on the dangers of psychoactive drugs. Health professionals, doctors, nurses and social workers are invited to attend as well as anyone wishing to know about alternative solutions.

Featured speaker, pharmacist and consultant in pharmacognosy (pharmacognosy is the science of using plants for medicinal purposes) Pamela Seefeld, will hold an hour of information on this vital topic of public interest.

For those faced with a loved one or friend suffering from mental anguish, or one of the myriad “mental disorders” fabricated by the psychiatric industry from normal human trauma, there are solutions. safe and human available which will be discussed. These alternatives do not risk addiction, mania, or violence like many prescription drugs do. [1]

For more than 30 years, Ms. Seefeld has practiced in the field of pharmacognosy, advising people on metabolic support, therapeutic vitamins and natural medicinal products. His work is meticulously documented and referenced. [2]

At this event, attendees can expect:

1. Learn about alternatives to achieving good mental health.
2. Become familiar with effective natural formulas to increase your
welfare
3. Be able to identify key action steps in the face of mental distress.
4. Learn about the effects of psychiatric drugs on the body.

Rallying lawyers, alternative health practitioners, psychiatric whistleblowers and other like-minded people to its social justice cause, CCHR Florida has won the 2022 International Social Impact Award for its role in the adoption of the Parents’ Bill of Rights, as well as another bill prohibiting the involuntary psychiatric examination of children of children without parental consent.

Anyone interested in learning more is invited to visit their center located at 109 N. Fort Harrison Ave in downtown Clearwater, Florida. To register for the webinar, please call 800-781-2878.

About CCHR: Originally established by the Church of Scientology and renowned psychiatrist Dr. Thomas Szasz in 1969, CCHR’s mission is to eradicate abuse under the guise of mental health and enact protections for patients and consumers . L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology, was the first to make psychiatric imprisonment known to the general public: , you are. All in the name of ‘sanity’,” he wrote in March 1969.

Sources:

[1] Patient Safety: Aggression, Irritability, and Violence: Drug-Induced Behaviors https://pharmacy.uconn.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/2740/2020/05/Aggression-Irritability-and-Violence-revised-FINAL . pdf

[2] Pamela Seefeld https://botanicalresource.com/about-us

Diane Stein
Florida Citizens Commission on Human Rights
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