He developed and tested U.S. weapons of mass-destruction;
Took part in the testing of the atom bomb;
Served 18 yrs. as Washington D.C. lobbyist for psychiatric care;
Discussed health care options with Colin Powell;
Insightful to politician/corporate partnerships;
Founder of Intermountain Hospital of Boise (Boise, ID);
Inventor of interpretive software for EEG Scans;
Diagnosed and treated over 10,000 children and adolescence internationally;
Began his 52 year medical career as a pediatrician;
Internationally renowned psychiatrist;
Author, lecturer, at 81, working on his next book;
He served in the Navy;
He has stepped forward, to reveal American human atrocities in:
U.S. political process, American society and health care,
Social economics, psychology and national corporate policy.
He is F. La Marr Heyrend, M.D., P.A.
(Each episode length is 5 minutes.)
Introduction to: Interview With A Psychiatrist; Slavery Today In The U.S.A.
Episode 2: Deterioration of Adolescence (Heyrend’s Breach)
Q: "Dr. Heyrend, why are you so concerned about American adolescence?"
Episode 3: Corporations/Politicians Cut Care
Q: "Dr. Heyrend, I know that you’ve had a great deal of interaction with gang members, during the course of your medical career of 52 years…so, let’s talk about gangs, if you don’t mind…plus, in your biography we see that you were a lobbyist for psychiatric health care in Washington D.C. for a period of eighteen years, so, on a corporate level, tell us what your experience is with insurance corporations."
Episode 4: Psycho-Therapy For Gangs/Genetics
Q: "Fifty-two years as a medical doctor included Dr. Heyrend’s opportunity to learn about and to have relationships with many different gang members from inner cities...Dr. Heyrend how did you deal with gang members in terms of psycho-therapy...and what role does genetics play in the treatment of adolescence?"
Episode 5: Children of 10,000
Q: "Dr. Heyrend, would you mind giving us a true life example of a lack of early diagnosis and treatment, wherein, society suffers the consequences…and, I’m very curious to know, how many children and adolescence have you diagnosed and, then, treated?"
Episode 6: Health Care: Rite or Privilege?
Q: "You have done extensive research in your field...you have revealed what it takes to give good health care to American adolescence...in addition, you work on an international level, so, I’m wondering how your research may have influenced attitudes in large corporate insurance companies?"
Q: "Dr. Heyrend would you please define for us, the term, social triage and tell us where you stand regarding social triage?"
Episode 8: Health Care Crash Eminent
Q: "Dr. Heyrend, in conclusion, how do you feel about managed health care, and just exactly, what is managed health; and would you please define what it means to have a wrap around contract?"
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The next interview with Dr. Heyrend, soon to be published, focuses on the cause of a riot that took place in the adolescence psych-ward at Intermountain Hospital of Boise. Would you call it corporate greed? “Yes, I would,” says Heyrend.
Titled, Child Psych-Ward Riot, shows national corporate greed epidemic in health care.