Despite its claim to virtue as a government regulatory agency whose mission is to protect the public, in truth the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) all too often functions as an industry ally—and the agency’s history and current avoidance of responsibility with electroshock (also known as ECT) is an egregious example.
About John Breeding
John Breeding, Ph.D., obtained his doctorate in School Psychology from the University of Texas and has been a psychologist for over 25 years, working with adults, children and families in Austin, Texas and around the world. He is the director of Texans For Safe Education, a citizens group dedicated to challenging the ever-increasing role of psychiatry, especially psychiatric drugs, in the schools. Dr. Breeding is also active on other challenges of psychiatric oppression, including electroshock, and the psychiatric drugging of elders in nursing homes and is the author of four books. Contact: email@example.com