Although the answers to a few open-ended, highly subjective questions could result in treatment with psychotropic drugs, most parents are unaware because written consent if not required. The author of the survey? A psychiatrist whose suicide prevention foundation received $1,250,000 from a drug company to fund the survey.
And it gets worse, starting here:
Gee. At least they didn't mention homeschoolers (...don't you feel better?).
TeenScreen's goal is to screen every kid in the United States.
Since 1991, the Columbia University Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry has invested nearly $19 million in the "research" and development of the Columbia TeenScreen program. Who will reap the returns?
There are 47.7 million (47,700,000) public school students.
There are 5 million (5,000,000) private school students.
Tip credit: Diane Flynn Keith