"Therapy" vs. PUUR & PUUR Community

See the World's Top Mental Health Clinician shockingly denounce status quo “mental health”​

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Why "Therapy" Is Not Therapy

How 10-min therapeutic dosing per day beats 45-min "therapy" per week

What Is Oprah's Biggest Aha! of Mental Health?

Discover the biggest discovery of Oprah's 25 years in human betterment

Are We Better Than The "Experts"?

As many studies show, including a meta-analyses of 15 studies, published in Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, found no difference in the treatment outcomes for patients who saw a therapist and those who followed guided self-help with safe peers.

Can Psychotherapy Pass The Inclusion Test?

The truth is, psychotherapy "helps" just 1 out of 100 in need.

Out of 100 people who need help—only 10 will go because of stigma, cost and inconvenience. In a workplace Employee Assistance Program that number is 7 out of 100 (Harvard, 2019). But let's use 10. Out of those, because they don't feel "therapy" is working plus the stigma, cost and inconvenience, 60% to 65% will drop out before the 8th session (NCBI, HSCIS 2018). Online "therapy" is even worse with dropout rates 10% to 15% higher than in office (Fernandez, 2015). That leaves 4 people remaining in "therapy". Out of these 4, 50% will reach a state of "recovery" in 18 sessions (APA, 2017). That leaves 2. However, out of these 2, 1 (or 50% will relapse within 6 months to 1 year, Shehzad Ali, 2017). That leaves 1 that got "help”. 

What does a single digit recovery rate say? That 1 patient got better not because of psychotherapy but in spite of it. Said differently, at best, psychotherapy excludes 99 out of 100 people who need help. This industry FAILS.