Terrill - Maybe auditing helps people without underlying issues. I don't believe it does but we can agree to disagree on that. The really big problem is the belief, whether stated or not, that conventional psychiatric care is either completely wrong or somehow a suggestion of weakness. There's shame connected with it that keeps people from seeking help when auditing doesn't work. That in itself dooms people like Brian to a lifetime of battling with challenges that are fixable with medication, EMDR, talk therapy and even ECT. The latter would likely have saved his life had things been different. Clay Pigeon, you can fuck off.