No, this is not about psychiatrists as impostors - although it could be - but about people who pretended to have a degree in psychiatry and got - partly central - positions in a clinic. A TV part (ZDF) about Alexandra Beek who pretended to have a PhD and was a psychiatrist two years in Wuppertal and then in Berlin (in the "Wilhelm Sander House", a highly secured forensic prison). Here's the source, with a video in German: https://www.zwangspsychiatrie.de/2017/06/beweis-forensik-psychiater-wissen-gar-nix/ There's a third impostor, Henry T. It seems, his story was in "BILD" and "Focus online" (two big magazines). I found it here: https://www.zwangspsychiatrie.de/2017/10/psychiatrie-alles-nur-hochstapler/ Henry T. was previously diagnosed with a psychiatric illness, and then himself became a psychiatrist in the East Frisian Ubbo-Emmius clinic (who is known to apply forced treatments, like electro shocks). The first was Gert Postel, who did the same and succeeded. Maybe the Rosenhan experiment is already known: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosenhan_experiment Edit: Unfortunately, this doesn't change psychiatry's power, which - to me - proves it's not about objectivity but politics.