Kelly Brogan is a holistic psychiatrist.
Why am I writing about a holistic psychiatrist?
“…we have been recently convinced through the promise of technology and corporate prowess that processed food is more reliable, nutritious, and beneficial. We’ve been convinced that Hamburger Helper is better for our families than a homemade Bolognese.”
For some reason, she does not seem to be vegan, as one might expect. Not even vegetarian…
She does seem to believe that people with mental health conditions not should be treated with medication. In fact, she thinks the medications that are routinely used to treat common mental health conditions are behind some of the biggest tragedies happening today.
“The records also listed attention deficit hyperactivity disorder as one of his medical conditions” the proverbial smoking gun of every mass shooting in this country.”
Kelly Brogan on the Sutherland Church Shooting
And she was mentored, not by a psychiatrist, but by a doctor who pushed “a largely dietary treatment for cancer including an individualized organic diet, large amounts of supplements, and pancreatic enzymes,” a regimen that was actually studied and found to be harmful and reduced the quality of life for people with a deadly form of cancer.
Who Is Kelly Brogan?
Kelly Brogan is a holistic psychiatrist.
“Eastern wisdom tells us that when we think we know, we don’t. But when we admit ignorance, we achieve enlightenment. The most profound part of my departure from conventional medicine has been the depths of my surrender to all that we do not, cannot, and must not understand about the body and its experience. Humble awe and wonder are truly the only appropriate states for approaching the complexity of the human condition.”
Do holistic psychiatrists use a different definition for the word humble?
“All suffering is caused by ignorance. People inflict pain on others in the selfish pursuit of their own happiness or satisfaction.”
Dalai Lama XIV
I’m actually surprised that she hasn’t written about RhoGAM. Maybe she hasn’t gotten around to it. But she doesn’t disappoint. She has shared an article on her Facebook page that claims that the RhoGham shot is just a “Big Pharma Profit Ploy.”
Kelly Brogan is a holistic psychiatrist that wants you to live a medication free life. I guess that could have made her some kind of psychoanalysist, but that doesn’t seem to be the route she went.
“In fact, ‘treatment’ with chemotherapy and radiation not only disrupts a complex process that needs to actually be supported, but also it induces secondary harm, both psychically and physiologically. When we interfere and war with the body, we keep the fight alive – you can’t win the battle against yourself.”
Is she telling people to stop their cancer treatments?
Do folks get a lot of training in treating cancer in their psychiatry residency these days?
And she advises that you “think long and hard about vaccination.”
“As we discover more about the near infinite sophistication of your interconnected bodily systems, and the hyper-individuality of any cause and effect process resulting from a healthcare decision, the one-size-fits-all, indemnified vaccine program may begin to make less and less sense to you. Educate yourself before you make a choice that could change everything for you and your family. Trust your body. Invest in your immunity. And explore a mindset shift that offers you a fear-free way to understand health and wellness.”
Shortly after talking about informed consent, she lets you know how she really feels about vaccines.
“Don’t buy into the lore, don’t make assumptions, and understand that the philosophical underpinnings of the vaccination program are predicated on an antiquated perspective: warring against and attempting to eradicate bad germs. Science has left that childlike notion in the dust, and so should we.”
I think Dr. Brogan misspelled pseudoscience…
Why don’t you need to get your kids vaccinated and protected? Because Kelly Brogan has a “tremendous faith in the potential for the body to heal when naturally supported.”
Will you during a measles outbreak?
“One of my favorite medical terms, anosognosia, means lack of awareness of a deficit. I have come to find this useful in description of so many of my colleagues who practice the medicine they were trained to practice without conscious acknowledgement of its gross limitations and even hazards.”
Does anyone else think that it is wildly ironic that anosognosia is Kelly Brogan’s favorite medical term?
Psychiatry explains Kelly Brogan well.
Actually, it might be cognitive psychology that explains her actions.
Can a psychiatrist be suffering from the Dunning-Kruger effect?
I don’t know, but I’m pretty sure that a holistic psychiatrist can.
A history-making case report? Considering that case reports are the weakest type of scientific evidence, just above YouTube videos and articles on her website, that’s not likely.
Kelly Brogan is a holistic psychiatrist who has flirted with HIV denialism.
What to Know About Kelly Brogan
Kelly Brogan is a holistic psychiatrist who seems to charge folks a lot of money in private consultations to help them know that she has faith in their potential to heal themselves naturally – with her help.
More About Kelly Brogan
- Kelly Brogan – HIV and Pregnancy: Pharma Abusing Women?
- Gwyneth Paltrow to feature doctor who thinks AIDS is a Big Pharma scam at In Goop Health
- Anti-Medication Goop Summit Expert Claims AIDS Treatment Kills and GMOs Cause Depression
- Dalai Lama Returns to US for Medical Treatment
- Dalai Lama gives polio vaccine
- Study – Awe and Humility
- Dunning-Kruger effect
- Argument from authority
- Ipse dixit
- The Consequences of Illusory Superiority
- Lake Wobegon effect
- Cancer Quackery is Dangerous – The Gonzalez Treatment
- Kelly Brogan denies germ theory and the value of HIV drugs
- Dr Kelly Brogan and the case of the misplaced science
- Encyclopedia of American Loons – Kelly Brogan
- Kelly Brogan, will you take responsibility if a baby dies because of your misinformation?
- The ugly ableism of Kelly Brogan
- The mind blowing grandiosity of quacktivists Jennifer Margulis and Kelly Brogan
- I do not think that study shows what you think it shows
Updated December 2, 2017