The field of psychiatry has got to be the biggest fraud in medicine. Many psychiatric drugs work no better than a placebo and many have actually been shown to cause psychosis, and that is in addition to a long list of serious side-effects. In fact, many respected doctors are now speaking out against their own field. For example, the highly respected Harvard-trained psychiatrist Dr. Peter Breggin has written a book entitled: Medication Madness. Dr. Breggin has made numerous lectures on the dangerous of these psychiatric drugs. Please click on the following link:
There are many respected doctors who believe that the raise in school shootings is caused by the use of anti-depressant drugs (the type that psychiatrists commonly prescribe). This claim is supported by the fact that many school shooters have used these drugs in the past.
I grew up in the 70's and 80's and I can tell you that school shootings were very rare back then. Yes, we had guns back then; in fact, it was probably easier to get a gun in the past than it is now. It was only with the introduction of all these "miracle" anti-psychotic drugs when the school shooting began. Granted, there was a lot of bullying in my day, but that is a far cry from the mass shootings that are so common nowadays. Dr. Breggin recently spoke out about this issue in a video that can be seen here:

A highly respected British psychiatrist named Dr. David Healy, claims that as much as 90 percent of school shootings over more than a decade have been linked to a widely prescribed type of antidepressant called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors or SSRIs.

Mike Adams (AKA the health ranger) recently did a report on this. You can see this report on the following link:

ADHD medications like Ritalin or Adderall are another fraud of the psychiatric system. They give these drugs out to kids like they are candy. But in the long run, kids taking these drugs have been shown to be more likely to do worse and drop out of school. A while ago a YouTube channel called Dnews did a report on the subject. You can see that report here:

As a final word, I have a message to all you psychiatrists out there who think that medication is the answer to all mental problems. Being depressed is part of life. If a loved one dies, we get depressed; that’s life, it’s not a mental illness, and does not require medication. If you just treat your patients with respect and act as a support system, they will usually do fine; that’s usually all it takes. Every patient that walks into your office does not require medication. But if you feel the need to prescribe something, or if your patient asks, then you may want to try a placebo, and you may be very surprised at how well it works. In fact, many drugs benefits are just a placebo effect. For more information, read the book entitled: The Emporer's New Drugs by Irving Kirsch.