The difference between a Medical Disease and a Psychiatric Disorder

“First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.”
– Mahatma Gandhi

By stating that “we” channel the Divine Light, Love and the Healing Sound, should we be label of mental disorder? And Court order to a Governmental Mental Health hospital…?
The Difference Between a Medical Disease and a Psychiatric Disorder:
Insulin is a disease, Cancer can be proven by a blood test, Diabetes is a disease, Heart diseases can be seen in an X-ray.
But there is no blood test, X-rays or lab test or any medical test that can prove there is a disease to mental disorder.
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In general medicine the standard for informed consent includes communicating the nature of the diagnoses, the purpose of a proposed treatment or procedure, the risks and benefits of the proposed treatment, and informing the patient of alternative treatments so he can make an informed, educated choice. Psychiatrists routinely do not inform patients of non-drug treatments, nor do they conduct thorough medical examinations to ensure that a person’s problem does not stem from an untreated medical condition that is manifesting as a “psychiatric” symptom. They do not accurately inform patients of the nature of the diagnoses, which would require informing the patient that psychiatric diagnoses are completely subjective (based on behaviors only) and have no scientific/medical validity (no X-rays, brain scans, chemical imbalance tests to prove anyone has a mental disorder).
All patients should have what is called a “differential diagnosis.” The doctor obtains a thorough history and conducts a complete physical exam, rules out all the possible problems that might cause a set of symptoms and explains any possible side effects of the recommended treatments.
There are numerous alternatives to psychiatric diagnoses and treatment, including standard medical care that does not require a stigmatizing and subjective psychiatric label or a mind-altering drug.
Restoring human rights and informed consent
CCHR has long fought to restore basic unalienable human rights to the field of mental health, including, but not limited to, full informed consent regarding the medical legitimacy of psychiatric diagnosis, the risks of psychiatric treatments, the right to all available medical alternatives, and the right to refuse any treatment considered harmful.
The Co-Founder Dr. Thomas SZASZ, Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry at the State of New York, Syracuse, is challenging his own profession to alert the American Public of the potential danger in giving Psychiatric drugs that he calls poison not a treatment
Working with journalists, CCHR helped investigate and subsequently expose the fact that numerous school shooters had been under the influence of psychiatric drugs documented to cause violence, suicide and mania, resulting in state hearings investigating this issue and national press coverage on the link between senseless acts of violence and psychiatric drugs.
CCHR also documented numerous cases of parents being coerced/pressured or forced to give their children psychiatric drugs as a condition of attending school, including parents charged with medical neglect for refusing to give their child a drug documented to cause suicide and violence.
“Governments should endorse and fund “non-drug treatments” as alternatives to dangerous drugs that have been proven no more effective than placebo, and more dangerous than most street drugs” By the Citizen Commission on Human Rights International