Dr. Watson became Clinical Director and owner of Associated Psychological Health Services in 2005, a local outpatient clinic operating for nearly 20 years.
“I am not anti-med. I’m anti-misleading people. But let’s not lie to people. Let’s not pretend a psychiatric drug is ‘medicine.’ Let’s not pretend this is a ‘treatment.’ This is a drug. And just like any other drug it’s going to mess you up.” ~ Dr. Toby Watson, Psychologist
He added the R.E.A.Ch. – V.I.P. program (Recovery of Emotionally Abused Children with Volunteers in Psychotherapy), modeled by the late Dr. Kevin McCready (R.E.A.Ch.) and Richard Schulman, Ph.D. (V.I.P), whereby those without any financial support could obtain free clinical services for volunteering their time in the nonprofit local community.
Dr. Watson has provided testimony to the Food and Drug Administration regarding ECT and SSRI induced suicide, he was an invited guest speaker and lecturer to the Congress of Mexico (speaking upon children’s mental health and the possible link between psychiatric medications and violence), he has appeared on several national television networks (Oprah, Family Network, etc…) speaking about child behavioral disorders being treated by psychological intervention as a first line of defense (as opposed to psychiatric medications), and has appeared as a featured guest on numerous radios shows throughout the United States.
Dr. Toby Watson, Clinical Psychologist—the public is being mislead about psychiatric diagnosis and drugs https://t.co/9P22zfhkyh
— CCHR Int (@CCHRInt) October 5, 2017
Psychiatry Defends Its Antipsychotics: A Case Study of Institutional Corruption https://t.co/WCfAusCKZw
— PsychRights (@PsychRights) May 23, 2017
CCHR Presents Human Rights Awards to Attorney and Healthcare Professionals Exposing Corrupt Mental Health System
The Law Project for Psychiatric Rights (PsychRights) is a non-profit, tax exempt 501(c)(3) public interest law firm whose mission is to mount a strategic litigation campaign against forced psychiatric drugging and electroshock in the United States akin to what Thurgood Marshall and the NAACP mounted in the 40’s and 50’s on behalf of African American civil rights.
— HighWire (@HighWireTalk) June 20, 2019