Trans-Pervert Psychologist Who Heads a ‘Gender Identity’ Clinic Supports All Kinds of Deviancy

Trans-Pervert Psychologist Who Heads a ‘Gender Identity’ Clinic Supports All Kinds of Deviancy

Looks to me as though this pervert, and other people who are into, or who advocate for, pedophilia, have now started drifting towards marketing pedophilia by way of what they call “age play” or “age playing.”

Previously, pedophiles were attempting to legitimize or hide their pedophilia by using the term “MAPs,” and now they using “age play.”

(Link): Tavistock Gender Clinic Head Supports Ageplay, Furries

A prominent psychologist within the Gender Identity Clinic at Tavistock has called for normalizing ageplay, furry fetishes, and a variety of sadomasochistic sexual practices as “sexualities.”

 Dr. Christina Richards [a biological male], the Lead Psychologist and Head of Psychology at the London Gender Identity Clinic, is responsible for a number of publications which seek to rebrand extreme fetishes as “further sexualities.”

In 2013, Richards, a male who identifies as a woman, co-authored a professional guide on sexuality and gender, in collaboration with Meg John Barker, a senior lecturer in psychology at the Open University. In the writing, Richards places extreme and violent sexual practices on the same spectrum as heterosexuality, homosexuality, and bisexuality.

 In the guide Richards introduces ageplay, which involves “an adult identifying as a baby or young child, and is also known as adult baby/diaper lover (ABDL) or infantilism. There may be a sexual aspect… associated with humiliation.”

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Contractor Finds Child Pornography Stash in Psychologist’s Secret Room

Contractor Finds Child Pornography Stash in Psychologist’s Secret Room

One thing I’ve learned since I began looking at a lot of self help material by psychologists, psychiatrists, and therapists – whether in books, You Tube videos, or web pages – is that some people who work in the mental health field are just as, if not more, messed up than the patients who come to see them for help – this is according to articles and books BY people who work in the field.

Some qualified therapists (and other mental health professionals) will tell you that some other therapists (and psychologists) suffer from narcissistic personality disorder, among other things.

One guy whose work I’m familiar with who is a licensed therapist explains that most therapists start out being extremely codependent, but some are narcissists.

However, he and another psychologist whose work I am familiar with, both of whom focus on, or specialize in, codependency and/or narcissism, explain that most therapists, marriage counselors, and psychologists are woefully ignorant about topics such as narcissistic abuse.

So, if you have problems in your life, whether you are depressed or whatever, don’t assume that each and every therapist, psychiatrist, and psychologist you visit for help with your mental health or relationship problems, is ethical, intelligent, compassionate, normal, or educated or knowledgeable about whatever your issue is.

Mental health professionals (like the one in the news report below) may be freaky, disgusting perverts, or else, he or she may be a Communal Narcissist, or a very codependent person who won’t recognize the abuse in a marriage of a narcissist to a codependent.

None of these are people you want to go to for help or advice; you sure don’t want to entrust them with your vulnerability.

(Link): Child Psychologist Found With Child Porn Hidden in Secret Room—Police

A child psychologist’s home in Danvers, Massachusetts, was found to have hundreds of pornographic images of children hidden in a room behind a wall, according to Essex County District Attorney’s Office.

Mark Ternullo, 68, was arraigned Thursday on one count of possession of child pornography on Thursday at the Salem District Court.

…The images were found by contractors who were renovating the home. The pornographic images were found stashed in a secret room behind the bathtub. The building owner called the police.

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Addendum – Mental Health and Treatment and the Goals of Mental Health Professionals

Addendum – Mental Health and Treatment and the Goals of Mental Health Professionals

I wanted to clarify issues brought up in a previous post or two on this blog.

The poster who calls herself Donna Hazel, if I am recalling and understanding correctly, was mistakenly assuming that I was absolutely demanding and insisting that if CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) or BA (Behavioral Activation) therapy helped me personally with depression (and my on-going anxiety) that it would and could also help an online friend of mine who has depression.

That is not so much what I was declaring, no.

I do not think it would hurt this now ex friend of mine, whom I referred to as “Emma,” to at least take a look at and consider some of the CBT and BA related links I sent her (some were articles, some were videos by therapists or psychologists on You Tube). (I will write more on this below.)

To her own detriment, I don’t think “Emma” even  bothered to view any of the videos or articles I linked her to; I think she just glanced at their headlines and was infuriated I was sending her something other than non-judgmental emotional support for a change.

Some mental health professionals are very sensitive to critiques of their field. I’ve seen this before on other sites where I write.

Some mental health professionals take criticisms of their profession in stride, while others take it as a personal affront, and they will leave cranky replies to your article.

(And by the way, no, you don’t need to have a college degree in some field to criticize it and to notice flaws with it or with some of its practitioners or their approaches.)

Yet other mental health professionals love to argue over which and what therapies they think “are best.”

Some psychologists and psychotherapists may dislike or disagree with BA or CBT – which is all fine and dandy.


One of the goals in American psychology is to get a patient functioning.

I have learned that from college level psychology courses I took, and one can find this information online now, as well.

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Clinical Depression Doesn’t Make People Incapable of Making Choices or Changes 

Clinical Depression Doesn’t Make People Incapable of Making Choices or Changes 

Follow-Up Posts:

(Link): Addendum – Mental Health and Treatment and the Goals of Mental Health Professionals

(Link): An Alarming Trend in Psychotherapy by Christine Sefein – (Woke Therapists Want You To Stay In a Victim Mindset and Miserable)

I don’t frequently feature mental health related topics on this blog, but a friend of mine recently became very angry and “blew her top” at me and basically said she wants nothing more to do with me, and this topic pertains to the reason why.

(I will be doing another blog post or two later about this friend biting my head off this past couple of weeks.
And I will repeat this in the future, but:
The irony is that this now ex friend is someone who spent about a year and a half or two years asking me on Twitter if I could befriend her on other sites and share more about myself with her.
I was hesitant to do that but eventually took a chance. She and I have never met in person – but she initially wanted to befriend me further, not vice versa!)

Despite the fact I informed this (now ex) friend a few times over the last two or three year period that I was diagnosed with clinical depression when I was around age 11 by a psychiatrist,
and that this diagnosis was verified as I got older (into my 30s) by about three other psychiatrists (in a total of three different states),
this ex friend, who I shall call “Emma” (not her real name) continued to insist that there is no way I ever could have had clinical depression.

I can’t begin to describe how insensitive and obnoxious I found that.

Side note:

I was appreciative of the times this ex-friend listened to me describe my anxiety-laced concerns with her, as she did many times, and I made sure to thank her for that several times in the last few years.

I even asked this ex friend, “Emma,” a time or two that if she found my anxiety produced ruminations on the same topics crazy-making that I could back off, but she said it was okay.

But as I told her, I was fighting my anxiety to make changes in my life. I’ve not seen her fight her depression to make changes in her life.

I also told her I realize it’s not good to stay angry at people, which is why I’ve been trying to move past anger at family members of mine. I don’t think she’s willing to let go of some of her issues to move forward, though.

At any rate…

I finally politely yet directly told Emma this past week, when she once more insisted there’s no way I ever had depression, that it was not okay for her to keep denying my medical diagnosis like that. babyCry3

Pictured here: Crying Baby: a Meme of Emma.

And she has never apologized for it, and she told me this about three times over a 3 or 4 year period!

But she kept acting angry and incredulous that rather than offer her non-judgmental emotional support recently (which I had done for a few years now), that I dared to change strategy and offer her a few suggestions.

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