1. Studies in numerous countries reveal that between 10% and 25% of psychiatrists and psychologists admit to sexually abusing their patients.
2. Germany reported that 50% of registered psychologists and psychotherapists are unacceptable as practitioners because they have more problems than their patients.
3. The so-called ethics system used by psychiatrists has been universally attacked as soft and inadequate.
4. A 1997 Canadian study of psychiatrists revealed that 10% admitted to sexually abusing theirs patients; 80% of those are repeat offenders.
In our opinon if Melody A. Hubnik, PHD, LPC, LMFT, Colleyville, Texas provided a stable enviroment for her daughter then why did she end up a cocaine, speed and heroin by age 15, proof below, and what does this say about Meldoy Hubnik as a psychtherapists who has broken up families, an pruposely casued diorces in long term marriages.
Source: CBS 48 hours
Rachel Hubnik had tried cocaine, speed and heroin by age 15. (CBS)
(CBS) Plano, Texas, is an affluent, growing city of 200,000, nestled on the outskirts of Dallas. It’s not the sort of place you’d expect would have a drug problem.
Over the last three years, more than 40 young people from Plano and the surrounding communities had died of heroin overdoses. Dozens more became addicts.
Among those who got involved with heroin and other drugs: sixteen-year-old Rachel Hubnik, who said she first smoked pot when she was 11. Correspondent Troy Roberts recently went to Plano to find out what it’s like to be a teen-ager and a former drug abuser.
“When I was 12, I started doing acid and coke and speed,” she said. “I remember on my 13th birthday, I was supposed to shoot up for the first time.”
Rachel said that drugs made her feel like she could handle the pressure she felt. “Drugs made me feel better,” she said. “If I had a hard day, I’d say, ‘I’m going to go get high.’ That was my attitude, my mentality.”
Rachel’s parents, Melody and Troy, don’t understand why their daughter turned to drugs.
“It’s not like she was a child of abuse who wasn’t loved and adored,” said Melody Hubnik, a single mother. “To this day, I’m not sure what she was missing that turned her to that.”
A licensed therapist herself, Melody Hubnik, got her daughter into counseling. It didn’t work. She sent her daughter to boarding school; Rachel got kicked out.
Desperate to save her daughter, Melody Hubnik installed a house alarm system to keep Rachel away from her drug-taking friends. Rachel continued to escape the house. One night, she left, and stayed away for a month. Rachel stayed in a garage in Fort Worth, getting high regularly.
“I would stay up for seven or eight nights at a time, doing speed and cocaine,” she said. Her mother was very scared for her daughter, she said.
But 14 months ago, Rachel’s friend, Stephanie Holley, died of a heroin overdose. “When Stephanie died, that was definitely my wake-up call,” Rachel said.
For almost a year, Rachel has been clean. But she may not be out of the woods yet.
Former heroin addict Ed Cinisomo said that relapses can happen even to the most “reformed” abuser.
“Getting clean is pretty much easy,” said Cinisomo, now a counselor at Daytop Village, a Dallas rehab center. “Staying clean is where the meat and potatoes is. And it takes a couple of tries sometimes.”
Recently Cinisomo had to set up an intervention for an 18-year-old who had come to Daytop two years ago. He had relapsed and was set to return to the facility.
“It’s a lot easier to use drugs than to change,” said Cinisomo. This teen apparently wasn’t ready to change yet: That day he didn’t show up at Daytop.
“It’s really frustrating,” said Cinisomo. “We lose a lot of kids. Either they disappear or they die.”
This drama is being played out not only in Texas, but all over the countr. Although recent federal statistics show drug use among kids is down, the average age of a first-time heroin user is getting younger: just 17.
When it comes to Rachael, she seems to taken control of her life. She has a boyfriend now and does the kind of things she missed while she was doing drugs. “I’m having a real good time with my life right now,” she said. She is sure she will not relapse.
But neither Cinisomo nor Rachel’s mother are sure. Both said that temptation can be strong.
I just got to put my mind to it, Rachel said. “I just got to do it. That’s all there is to it. It’s just me. Nobody else.”
In my opinion has posted this statement about Melody A. Hubnik, PHD, LPC, LMFT, Colleyville, Texas we found on a search of the web, this statement tells what she truly does to women to have them destroy their marriages.
“I am writing this review as a warning to people to never expose yourself, your love ones, or your children to Melody Hubnik. In my experience she has an agenda to destroy careers, good marriages, and families, because of some personal emotional issues that she brings into her practice. I have just confirmed factually that what she did was a calculated and willful act to destroy my marriage. Melody made a verbal statement “that she felt all women should be divorced from their husbands, and out on their own”. The events that have happened to another husband absolutely match my same detailed events, even to include the exact statement my wife made to me, In my opinion this shows Melody’s unethical subversive act to undermine the marriage, and to coach the wife on how to proceed with the separation and divorce, by claiming untrue and totally ridiculous statements and events that never happened, but were introduced through Melody’s supposed “therapy”. I have found a description or label for this; it is “mental and emotional rape”. There is no way to sugar coat the violation of my wife’s mind, in my experience by an emotional disturbed individual that uses her PhD to claim that she is capable of helping people. Instead, she sets out destroys their lives and long term marriage, because of a personal agenda stemming from a very distorted view of marriage, and relationships.”
In “Report and recommendations on the criminal mental health monopoly” by CCHR, Germany reported that 50% of registered Psychologists and Psychotherapists are unacceptable as practitioners because they have more problems than their patients. In my experience Melody Hubnik could be a poster child for this study with her own disturbed emotional condition. This is compounded because she takes the drug Adderall (prescription speed), a Schedule II controlled narcotic substance which does not make her personality stable. In my experience Melody is unacceptable as a practitioner because she has more problems than her patients. Also, the prescription speed she is taking only makes her emotional state worse, and in my experience unstable at best. She also has such a hatred of men because of her own life experiences. She herself is responsible for the decisions and mistakes she has made in her life, but admittedly blames men for her own personal life issues and trauma. In my experience not only should Melody not be in practice, I personally feel she is a danger to everyone who sees her as a patient, especially children. Melody has an office in Colleyville, but it seems she may be doing some work now in Dallas. It is disturbing that she may be spreading her agenda to another city now.
In my opinion would like to point out the mind reformation technique, Melody A. Hubnik, PHD, LPC, LMFT, Colleyville, Texas uses on women to make them destroy their marriages by which this comment says is also as we have called it also “mental and emotional rape” It seems that this person has done the same research we have done, but we will also point out the unethical relationship between, Sharon Walters, R.N., Bedford, Texas , nurse practitioner of Dr. Cathal P Grant MD, Bedford, Texas , a friend she recommends patients to that they have lunch together each Friday, this should not be happening it is a conflict of interest, a practice Dr. Cathal P Grant MD, Bedford, Texas , should put a stop to , but choses to ignore the seriousness of this unethical relationship, and the recommending of patients to a therapist who has more issues than the people she sees.
In he following video we want to point out that in our experience, Melody A. Hubnik, PHD, LPC, LMFT, Colleyville, Texas exercises the same un ethical control as the psychiatrist as told about by the doctor in this video in her efforts to see that all the women that sees her “are divorced from their husbands and out on there own” no matter how much harm it does to the women and their loved ones:
We must not forget in our opinion Melody A. Hubnik, PHD, LPC, LMFT, Colleyville, Texas unethical association with Dr. Cathal P Grant MD, Bedford, Texas who in our experience is paid by the drug companies to prescribe drugs to you if you need them or not.
In our experience, what is really disturbing is that these people can be brought before their respective State Boards and they can lie or go into a Court of law and commit perjury, and neither the State Boards or the Court will ask for any evidence in the form of written documentation, to back up any of their testimony.
Note: in our experience in the below article the effects can be lengthen with the use of drugs like Cymbalta or any SSRI Class drug, In our experience these are the exact techniques that both Melody A. Hubnik, PHD, LPC, LMFT, Colleyville, Texas and Dr. Cathal P Grant MD, Bedford, Texas use on their patients.
Source: Dr. Mercola
Brainwashing, also called thought reform, is considered by psychologists to fall into the sphere of “social influence.” Social influence refers to all the ways that people can change other people’s attitudes, beliefs and behaviors.
- The compliance approach, which changes a person’s behavior without being concerned about their beliefs
- Persuasion, which aims for a change in attitude
- Education (also called the propaganda method), which tries to cause a change in basic beliefs
Brainwashing combines all of these approaches as a method of changing someone’s way of thinking without that person’s consent and often against their will. It requires the complete isolation and dependency of the subject, so that the brainwasher can control the fulfillment of the basic human needs of the subject, including sleep, food, and bathroom use.
The target’s identity is broken down, and then replaced with another set of behaviors, attitudes and beliefs that work in the target’s current environment.
Many experts believe, however, that even under ideal brainwashing conditions the effects of the process are most often short-term, and will eventually dissipate when the new identity ceases to be reinforced.
Dr. Mercola’s Comments:
This interesting piece from the Web site How Stuff Works describes the various forms of brainwashing — from the extreme to the subtle — and how they work or don’t to influence your opinions on all sorts of things.
The most extreme and invasive kind of brainwashing requires the complete isolation and total dependency of the subject. What concerns me here, however, are the more subtle forms of brainwashing that can affect your health in so many ways.
Take, for example, medical students whose opinions may be swayed so subtly that they’re simply more likely to err on the side of useless prescription drugs that have been marketed to them, because they’re easily influenced into believing the newest, greatest and, often, most expensive drug is always the best solution.
Also, if you haven’t read the classic article on our site about Why Americans Will Believe Just About Anything, please go there when you have a chance as it is one of the most widely read articles on our site.
This is why it is so important to have access to a variety of independent news sources that you can trust, so you can begin to start taking control of your health.
This is why I remind you often, taking ownership for your own health by addressing the underlying causes of your problems often produces dynamic results.
On Vital Votes, Elisha from Canyon Country,California adds:
“… people trust whatever their doctor says. Example: I recently had a miscarriage and opted to do everything ‘naturally’. I did, however, go to the emergency room towards the end to make sure everything was ok. It was. Then the doctor before releasing me said she was going to give me a shot and I could be on my way.
“I asked her what it was and she said some long name. Then I had to ask her what it’s for and she said to bring on contractions to ‘finish’ it. She really wasn’t much for giving me information and she was a little annoyed that I had questioned her. In the end she finally told me my body would do it naturally but his would just speed it up. I politely thanked her but said, ‘no thanks’. I don’t think she was use to hearing that.
“My point is that if I hadn’t been learning about these things on my own, I would totally have let her inject me with her poison. The other problem is (as stated by the article) these doctors believe it is for the best. Or at least that is the impression I got from this doctor. She really wanted me to take the shot.”