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Psychiatrists could ruin Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez has generated a great deal of concern about her well being with revelations that she has spent some time in rehab. Gomez secretly entered a rehab facility in January, reported US Magazine on Feb. 5, 2014. A rep for Gomez has confirmed she spent some time voluntarily at the Meadows rehab center, but this was not for substance abuse.

Actress Selena Gomez attends Hollywood Stands Up To Cancer Event in Culver City, California
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Beginning on Jan. 5, 2014, Gomez was admitted for two weeks to Dawn at The Meadows recovery facility in Wickenburg, Arizona. Gomez is said to have wanted treatment to "get herself together." This followed her announcement last December that she was canceling the Australian leg of her tour in order to take some time off. She commented at the time, "I need to spend some time on myself in order to be the best person I can be."

Gomez is said to have been exhausted from partying with drugs and booze, reports Radar Online. She was apparently very tired and broken hearted over her problems with her ex boyfriend, Justin Bieber. Emotional issues were rumored to be her primary reason for seeking treatment. For months prior to her rehab admission sources say she was partying really hard and had been experimenting with marijuana and prescription drugs, including Xanax and Ambien. She used to smoke marijuana together with Bieber regularly.

Although it is admirable that Gomez has been highly motivated to seek assistance with personal issues, intervention with psychiatrists could catastrophically undermine her well being in all dimensions. As pointed out by the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), psychiatry is actually an Industry of Death. There are no biological markers for the myriad of mythical diagnoses of the psychiatrists and their interventions, including their poisonous arsenal of drugs, generally cause far more harm than good.

Gomez is fortunate she is in the entertainment industry, where the overall trend has been to ignore the horrible stigmatization of the psychiatrists, which is not what the medical profession itself and the U.S. government, generally do with this issue. Doctors themselves have been blacklisted by their own colleagues and driven into life threatening poverty after having seen psychiatrists. And the U.S. government has been known to take the position that well qualified applicants for government jobs who have had the misfortune of seeing psychiatrists should check into mental hospitals instead of working for a living. The mental hospitals are no better than concentration camps.

Gomez is an attractive, bright, sensitive and very warm person who has so much to offer so many people that it would be great if she ever feels she needs holistic, humane help with emotional issues again, which we could all use at times, if she would forget the psychiatrists and instead see Genita Petralli, a nutritional and orthomolecular biochemist and leading expert in green mental health care, at the Shangri La BioSpa & Clinic. In discussions with Petralli she has conveyed a deep appreciation for these issues and deserves recognition as being among the leading innovators in green mental health care worldwide. She has been awarded a "Human Rights Award" by the CCHR.

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