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America's First Pediatric Psychiatric Emergency Department

Autistic_kidsFive years ago we were averaging something like 40 psychiatric emergency patients a month. Now we’re seeing between 300 and 400 a month,” Maxwell said.

This article suggests we should look at the Internet and digital culture for the explosion in mental illness in American children.  Not the toxic chemical diet most kids eat. Not the pesticides that cover their food. Not their Monsanto Frankenfood. Not their plastic laden toys, binkies, beverage cups. Not their dozens of vaccinations that start in utero with 25 mcg of neurotoxic insanity inducing mercury. THE INTERNET IS AT FAULT. 

Are we glad there is soon to be a shiny new Ped Psych ER? Yes, because we know families drowning in violent behavior from kids as young as five well into adulthood for whom there is no help. Yes, because we remember Alex Spourdalakis. Yes because we remember Dr. Trudy Steuernagel. Yes because we will never forget Adam Lanza's menace. Yes. Yes. Yes.

No, because we need to PREVENT this never ending decimation of the pediatric brain, body, soul. PREVENT. 

From The San Diego Tribune.

More than $6 million in philanthropic donations will help Rady Children’s Hospital create what is believed to be the nation’s first pediatric psychiatric emergency department.

The idea, explained Dr. Benjamin Maxwell, Rady’s director of child and adolescent services, is to create a separate space for the exploding number of children who are walking through the hospital’s doors with urgent mental health needs.

“Five years ago we were averaging something like 40 psychiatric emergency patients a month. Now we’re seeing between 300 and 400 a month,” Maxwell said.

It’s a national problem, said Dr. Alfred Sacchetti, an emergency chief in Camden, New Jersey, and a spokesman for the American College of Emergency Physicians. Hospitals across the United States often end up holding young patients in regular emergency department beds for days while their symptoms are diagnosed and follow-up appointments or inpatient placement is arranged, he said.

Researchers point to a range of reasons why demand for mental health services have increased for young patients, Sacchetti and Maxwell said.

Some note that today’s digital culture, including cyber bullying on social media, are helping to drive the trend. Others note that today’s front-line health care providers are better trained to spot mental health problems. And there has also been a gradual erosion of the availability of preventive mental health services which can keep emergencies from happening.  Read more here.

Comments

Carter's Daddy

Nice business model. Cause then "treat" it. They'll treat it with more of what caused it.

Donna

How long can the public continue to overlook the elephant in the room!

david m burd

Bob Moffit, Was a little worried to not seeing your comments for some time - But, glad to see you back!
Cheers! From another greybeard (when autism was nonexistent in our generation)

David Weiner

"This article suggests we should look at the Internet and digital culture for the explosion in mental illness in American children"

This may be correct, at least in some small part, but not in the way the author intended.

The electro-pollution may very well be helping to scramble our brains, especially younger people who have a lower tolerance for such assaults.

Shelley Tzorfas

The more Dozens of vaccines containing neurotoxic Aluminum, Thimerosal/Mercury, cancer promoting Formaldehyde, Peanut oils leading to deadly food allergies, Aborted Human Fetal cell DNA, Rats brains, ether, and other toxins and animal parts they shoot into innocent fetuses, infants, children and teens-the more ill the children become. The more violent and aggressive their rages have become. It is simple chemistry. Since Autism got written up as a "Psychiatric" condition when it is really a Chemical condition, I have little to no respect for a Pediatric Emergency Psychiatric places. Now, if they want to provide real help and they tell-the-truth...they can offer Detoxification services for the metals they shot into children, massage and saunas, organic food, drumming circles, Vitamin C therapy, sunshine, meditation and healing oils, while calling itan Emergency Healing Facility then I would be all in!

Hans

So teenage social media bullies are to blame and doctor's clinical skills went through the roof.

Fortunately Big Pharma take care of the victims and smoking doesn't cause cancer.

I will now go and eat a GMO-Glyphosate Burger with Mercury Tuna because I can't stop eating when I am on Prozac.

Yummy!

Harvard MD

I second Bob's comment.

How does " todays's front-line health care providers are better trained to spot mental health problems" explain 10-fold increase in ER visits?

Makes no sense, if anything it should reduce ER visits as cases and problems would be dealt with outside an ER.

That physicians and "medical journalists" can entertain such an explanation is another level of deception, essentially stealing a talking point from the autism epidemic pharma/CDC playbook and using it ad lib without common sense to ped psy ER visits exploding.

I want to believe the misguided/deluded experts are digging a deeper hole for themselves, although ultimately kids and families pay the price, and I don't want to think of the pharmaceuticals that will be given to these kids in an ER setting...

bob moffit

"Some note that today’s digital culture, including cyber bullying on social media, are helping to drive the trend. Others note that today’s front-line health care providers are better trained to spot mental health problems."

Maybe "older fathers" .. "pet shampoos" .. "genetics" .. "living near freeways" .. we all know the usual suspects ... are "driving the trend"? In any event .. there's absolutely nothing to worry about .. because .. "today's front-line health care providers are better trained to spot mental health problems"

Thank goodness we have a pharmaceutical industry that stands ready to provide pediatricians with a wide variety of "SSI drugs" to accommodate this growing "trend" of deteriorating mental health in their YOUNG patients.

AND THE BAND PLAYS ON AND ON AND ON ......

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