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Dr. Bart Billings joins us this evening to discuss psychiatry and the drugging of our military, especially returning veterans.  With so-called “suicides” reaching an estimated 22-30 per day, and billions being spent annually to provide “services” including psychotropic drugs, we have to ask, “What is really going on here?”

What if what is diagnosed as PTSD is in reality, a traumatic brain injury brought on by repeated exposure to explosions and/or explosive sound?  The injury to the brain is inevitable.  Is it possible that diagnosing PTSD and the subsequent drugging is less costly than treating the actual injury to the brain?  That maybe, those “suicides” are actually a system meant to reduce the overall costs of care of returning soldiers from all the wars we have going on.


Dr. Bart Billings, PhD

Dr. Bart P. Billings, PhD, is a retired U.S. Army Colonel, former military psychologist and licensed clinical psychologist and marriage and family therapist. He has been active in the fields of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Military Medical and Mental Health Services, Psychology, Management, and more for over 45 years. Dr. Billings has given lectures throughout the country for universities, private organizations, national conferences and the military on multiple topics including Combat Stress, Stress and Burn-out, and Violence in The Work Place.

During Dr. Billing’s service as commanding officer for a general hospital section in the U.S. Army Reserves, he founded and directed the National Tri-Service Prisoner of War Conference and the military-wide Human Assistance Rapid Response Team (HARRT) program.

Dr. Billings also founded and directs the oldest annual military stress conference, the International Military and Civilian Combat Stress Conference. Dr. Billings has been interviewed on ABC News Nightline and ABC World News with Charlie Gibson about combat stress, and he was invited to give testimony at Congressional and State Legislative hearings on the need for better Mental Health Treatment Programs for military personnel and their families. He also submitted written testimony to a Congressional Hearing in February of 2010 on the relationship between psychiatric medication and increased suicides in the military.



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