The Notion of Mental Health

Over at The Epoch Times, the skeptical doctor reflects on a strange case from an Ivy League university, while considering the inflated value our modern culture places on mental therapy.

What I found even more astonishing, however, was Princeton’s evident superstitious belief in the power or ability of mental health therapists to obviate any and all human suffering, more or less as a certainty. This is one of the superstitions of an age that believes itself free of superstition, and underlying it is the belief that all life’s little problems are technical and have a technical solution.

One thought on “The Notion of Mental Health

  1. johnson j

    Its a worship of the power of manipulating others. Because therapy is merely manipulation of one person’s mind by another person.


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