PR 102- Psychology
October 18, 2012
Psychiatry: An Industry of Death Museum
One of the cases that had the greatest impact on us is psychiatric rape. Many people seek for help, and reach out to professionals known as psychiatrist or psychologist. Most woman and children believe that “professionals” are able to help them with their emotional instability, however, psychiatrist cause scars that are unforgivable. Woman and children are referred to a psychiatrist or psychologist, when they have been diagnosed with an emotional disorder or ADHD, that cause anxiety, depression, tics, learning difficulties, or behavioral problems. Most psychiatrists believe that they can cure their patients by having sexual contact with them. Rape misleads patients to have suicidal thoughts, and misconducts in which they hurt themselves or others. Relating this part of the museum with a topic that we had learned in our Psychology lectures is that most traumatic experiences come from a previous experience. Psychiatrists tend to take advantage of their vulnerability, and cause harmful memories to a patient. That leads to a negative emotion arousal, such as, anger, hate, rage, annoyance, hostility, and resentment. As well as, negative emotions that includes fear, grief, guilt, and sadness. During our tour to the museum, our first impression was not what we had in mind. The outside of the psychiatric museum was to perfection. As we entered the room we were excited to see how history began with psychiatrist and how they were able to “help” adults and children with their mental illness. We believed that psychologist and psychiatrist became professionals to help those who needed guidance and a cure to help their diagnostic. We were shocked to know that in their behalf, they wanted to get patients with good health insurance or medical to meet their financial needs. They experimented with human as if they were lab rats; psychiatrist took the patients weakness...