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I am a Licensed Mental Health Therapist who has been working in county mental health for 13 years. If you pay taxes, this book will enrage you. If you plan on being a therapist, you need to read this book. For some reason, the mental health industry is not telling the public the truth about who will hurt them and their children. This book makes mental illness easier to und I am a Licensed Mental Health Therapist who has been working in county mental health for 13 years. If you pay taxes, this book will enrage you. If you plan on being a therapist, you need to read this book. For some reason, the mental health industry is not telling the public the truth about who will hurt them and their children. This book makes mental illness easier to understand. It is not nearly as complicated as people are led to believe. In this book I will explain how fraud is imbedded in some government mental health services that taxpayers’ support. Because of productivity measures for therapists, fraudulent diagnoses have inflated the statistics regarding the number of truly mentally ill people. This means more malingerers on disability, section 8, and many other free services. Government funded mental health refuses to admit it has no treatment for immorality, yet it expects taxpayers’ to pay for more and more services for immoral individuals. We enable people with personality disorders to malinger and receive unnecessary entitlements for decades. I provide in-depth detail on who personality disordered individuals are and how they behave. I discuss my day-to-day life as a therapist in a county mental health setting and my interaction with various types of clients. This book includes solutions based on my education and experience to solve some mental health problems pragmatically by lowering costs, offering solutions and improving safety. There are actual behaviors and thinking styles that are in this book that parents can study with their children to help them defend themselves against potential criminals. This book is for people who believe everyone, including those with a mental illness, are responsible for doing everything they can to be as healthy mentally, emotionally and physically as possible, in order to place less of a burden on others.


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I am a Licensed Mental Health Therapist who has been working in county mental health for 13 years. If you pay taxes, this book will enrage you. If you plan on being a therapist, you need to read this book. For some reason, the mental health industry is not telling the public the truth about who will hurt them and their children. This book makes mental illness easier to und I am a Licensed Mental Health Therapist who has been working in county mental health for 13 years. If you pay taxes, this book will enrage you. If you plan on being a therapist, you need to read this book. For some reason, the mental health industry is not telling the public the truth about who will hurt them and their children. This book makes mental illness easier to understand. It is not nearly as complicated as people are led to believe. In this book I will explain how fraud is imbedded in some government mental health services that taxpayers’ support. Because of productivity measures for therapists, fraudulent diagnoses have inflated the statistics regarding the number of truly mentally ill people. This means more malingerers on disability, section 8, and many other free services. Government funded mental health refuses to admit it has no treatment for immorality, yet it expects taxpayers’ to pay for more and more services for immoral individuals. We enable people with personality disorders to malinger and receive unnecessary entitlements for decades. I provide in-depth detail on who personality disordered individuals are and how they behave. I discuss my day-to-day life as a therapist in a county mental health setting and my interaction with various types of clients. This book includes solutions based on my education and experience to solve some mental health problems pragmatically by lowering costs, offering solutions and improving safety. There are actual behaviors and thinking styles that are in this book that parents can study with their children to help them defend themselves against potential criminals. This book is for people who believe everyone, including those with a mental illness, are responsible for doing everything they can to be as healthy mentally, emotionally and physically as possible, in order to place less of a burden on others.

9 review for Fraud In Mental Health

  1. 4 out of 5

    John Rapp

    Four stars because this is an interested, if not schlocky, diatribe. While I agree with some of the author's points, several problems stand out to me. The author clearly hates people with personality disorders and blames them for his/her experiences providing mental health care in a community setting. The author characterizes them as immature and immoral perpetrators who love to create drama and to play the victim when faced with the consequences of their actions. The author also suggests they a Four stars because this is an interested, if not schlocky, diatribe. While I agree with some of the author's points, several problems stand out to me. The author clearly hates people with personality disorders and blames them for his/her experiences providing mental health care in a community setting. The author characterizes them as immature and immoral perpetrators who love to create drama and to play the victim when faced with the consequences of their actions. The author also suggests they are untreatable, with is one of many factually untrue statements in the book. Perhaps the author's place of employment did not allow him/her to provide effective treatment, but the author seems to mainly 'blame the victim'. Some details make me question whether the author is really a licensed, masters-level therapist. For example, DBT stands for Dialectical Behavior Therapy, not "dialectic therapy". The author seems to insult psychodynamic therapy, saying it was invented by Freud when he was addicted to cocaine, but then lauds object relations therapy; object relations is one of the four school of thought within psychodynamic theory. The author mischaracterizes an "object" as a parent, when in fact it means something more like "other". Thus, I question the level of sophistication of the author's knowledge and thinking about therapy for personality disorders. The author seems to believe that mass shootings can be reduced if the general public becomes better at spotting psychosis; again, I do not agree with this simplistic recommendation. I also do not agree with the notion that AA sponsors are just as effective or qualified as therapists and thus personality disordered individuals should be denied professional services and shunted into 12-Step groups. In parts of the book, the author appears to get a perverse pleasure from calling out personality disordered clients, angering them, and then interpreting their departure from therapy as proof they do not want to change. The book contains a variety of uncited statistics, such as anecdotes along the lines of '65% of people on disability are immoral and personality disordered and don't deserve it'. The material is a personal rant, not an academic work. While treatment dependence can be a problem, the author seems to expect this of all individuals with personality disorders. This black-and-white attitude (personality disorder = immoral, everybody else = good and deserving) makes me question the character structure of the author. As does the lack of detail as to why the author spent ~10 years working in a job he or she hated with clients he/she mostly despised. Perhaps the author lived in a remote and rural area; it seems there are many other ways to do therapy besides be a case manager for a Medicaid-only agency.

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    Aldryn McAuslen

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