In an Equal Money System there will be no need for psychiatrists. Psychiatry and psychiatrists are only necessary, in the context of the current system, because we are not all equally educated in how to effectively process our feelings, emotions, and thoughts and to understand that we create consequences for ourselves and others through what we accept and allow within and as ourselves. Thus, because an Equal Money System will ensure that each individual is educated to be Equally effective in all of the basic support tools such as self-forgiveness, self-honesty, and common sense, there will be no need for psychiatrists to 'fix' people. Of course, it is possible that there may be some who deviate from what is Best for All and thus they will be supported effectively with the tools to correct themselves and realign themselves with what is Best for All, however not in the same way in which a psychiatrist currently attempts to 'fix' people through using the tools of modern psychiatry.
The psychiatrist, in the current system, exists within the context of the current money system. Thus the psychiatrist acts in a way that will secure his or herself an income according to what we have accepted psychiatrists should make. Thus it is actually not in the self-interest of the psychiatrist to actually assist a 'patient' to 'get better' because then the 'patient' is no longer dependent on the psychiatrist for treatment. This is not to say that all psychiatrists are conscious of this fact, however it is unavoidable when the system is structured to support only profit and survival.
In addition, the system of psychiatry itself is not designed to actually support beings to become self-responsible, but instead it supports them to maintain an sufficient level of 'normalcy' in order to function effectively in the workforce within the economic system. Within this, psychiatrists will never question the root cause of a patient's symptoms, because that would require questioning the system itself and thus even the psychiatrists position and status. Thus the psychiatrist will instead prescribe medication which will allow the 'patient' to manage their 'symptoms' and still be able to be a productive member of society. Yet this does not address the actual reason why people are developing disorders.
Within the institutions of psychiatry there is a more deliberate form of manipulation around information in which professional psychiatrists create disease through giving names to sets of symptoms that in themselves are not diseases, yet become diseases through naming them as such. An example is 'shift-work' disorder. This disorder apparently causes people to become tired at work. Psychiatric drugs are prescribed to treat this disorder which are in essence stimulants. If we look at the root cause of 'shift-work' disorder, it is obvious that it is a consequence of many systemic factors such as diet, lack of proper exercise, and the fact that people must focus on mundane or un-enjoyable tasks that they would likely prefer not to perform, except for the fact that they must obtain money for survival. However, the psychiatrist, not having a solution that is Best for All, will instead prescribe a solution that will allow the patient to return to work and be able to get through their day more effectively. This ensures that the economy continues to function as it, workers are productive, and the psychiatrist gets paid.
Psychiatry is really nothing more than a safeguard to ensure that the system continues to function. Thus in an Equal Money System there will be no more need for psychiatry as most of the conditions addressed by psychiatry will no longer be problematic. And if there are people developing symptoms that are problematic, then this will be an indication that the system is in need of adjustment. And, because research and data will be shared openly, the system can be adjusted according to the feedback.
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