Meadowvale Psychological Services
6981 Millcreek Dr Suite 26 Mississauga, ON L5N 6B8
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When in the process of DEFOOing it is strongly recommended that you have the help of a therapist. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to find a quality therapist. More often than not, mainstream therapists will pressure you to forgive your abusive parents. These amateur therapists are especially likely to prescribe you neurotoxic drugs to treat a pseudo-scientific ‘mental illness’.
At Meadowvale Psychological Services, we take a different approach to therapy. We specialize in treating the brutal trauma inflicted on helpless and dependent children. We work with patients to form quality and healthy adult relationships.
Christina Papadopoulos has more than 20 years of experience working as a therapist. After marrying Philosopher Stefan Molyneux, she was convinced to quit working for a corrupt government hospital and to found her own private mental health clinic.
At first, it was not easy. Christina had to host therapy sessions at her private home. With Molyneux’s help, she has grown Meadowvale into a successful and moral business, helping hundreds of patients achieve a happier life.
Now witnessing the profound difference in quality between public and private care, Christina co-authored the book ‘Public Lives’, exposing the corruption of her old coworkers.
One of the hottest topics in today’s society is the ever-increasing cost of health care. ‘Public Lives’ goes ‘behind the scenes’ to look at a single day in the life of an urban hospital, lifting the lid on a shocking underworld of waste, greed and corruption. Sophia Polyxenos is a perceptive and bitingly funny staff psychologist trapped in a crazy-making world of self-serving bureaucrats, greedy psychiatrists and exhausted front-line workers. Sophia’s struggle to save her patients from indifference, alienation and over-medication seems hopeless – until, at the end of a very long day, Sophia’s final patient sets her free in a way she could never have imagined.
Although fictional, the events in ‘Public Lives’ have been gleaned from many hours of interviews with therapists, nurses and social workers.