“Cathryn Margaret Silberg Kent was an extraordinarily beautiful woman… Then she married Edward and Cathryn gave him the right to affect her life and future.” – In the Name of Help
Diane Klein, Author
Welcome to my website. I’m pleased to present my first novel, In the Name of Help. It’s a heartfelt story which, while fiction, is closer to reality than most people would like to think. I recommend that you watch this eye-opening video that shows the truth about our current Mental Health System: Mental Health: No Science, No Cures! (4 minutes)
A Note from the Author
Is it possible that strangers could step into another person’s life and take over completely? Could they be given the legal right to dictate where another person will live and what medical treatment he or she will be given? Could they then cause that person to be lost for years, or even a lifetime, in an abyss of mental hospitals and board and care facilities?
Could this really happen even if the person declares, in court, that he does not want those strangers to make decisions for him? And could these strangers still be given the legal authority to decide if he is sedated and if he is to be institutionalized?
Could a judge sanction these actions without ever asking for all the facts? Could all this happen under the guise of “help”?
Could this actually happen to someone you love?
In our “civilized society” you may say this could never happen. In the Name of Help is a novel exposing psychiatric abuse. But is it just fiction? Read the online Prologue.