The Corrupt Mental Health System

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by Paul Brock III  •  •  April 23, 2022   

Psychology without the soul

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In late March, Florida governor Ron DeSantis, a Catholic, signed House Bill 1557 (or the "Parental Rights in Education Act"). The bill prohibits classroom discussion about sexual orientation or so-called gender identity in certain grade levels.

Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla.: "Parents have a fundamental role in the education, health care and well-being of their children." 

The bill protects children (kindergartners up to third grade) from being groomed by perverts

Cory Bernaert (an openly gay Florida kindergarten teacher): "I don't want to have to hide that my partner and I went paddleboarding this weekend." 

The White House, Disney, ESPN and the like all condemned the bill, and so did the so-called mental health industry. The American Psychological Association says that not teaching 5-year-olds about gay sex and genital mutilation is "psychologically damaging." The American Psychiatric Association also condemned the Florida bill.

But this is no surprise: The corrupt mental health system recommends puberty blockers and genital mutilation, which they dub "surgical affirmation."

In Church Militant's brand new Premium series Mental Health—Catholic Perspective, we break down everything wrong with the mental health system, while providing the Catholic antidote for the damage modern psychology and psychiatry have done.

Dr. G.C. Dilsaver, Catholic psychologist: "Where Christian spirituality is all about embracing the Cross, the mental health value system is all about avoiding the Cross." 

Dr. G.C. Dilsaver is the founder of the Institute of Psychomoralitics and was called "the father of Christian psychology" by the Catholic University of America Press back in 2007.

The first two episodes are available on Church Militant's website (episode one is also free for anybody's viewing). 

In a world where so many follow the mental health system's rejection of the Cross — even many Catholics — this series serves as the best tool for how to properly understand so-called mental health.


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