BBC therapy is a medical treatment and preventative measure that uses instrumental techniques to rehabilitate soyjaks suffering from schizophrenia and other mental illnesses. Along with meds, it forms the backbone of all modern clinical practice and is a highly common treatment, even in experimental programs such as /calm/. BBC therapy was first theorised and put into practice by Dr. Soyowicz, a researcher at Soyford University and Chief Psychiatrist for Civil Commitments at the Mentual Asylum, where the technique was first pioneered.
In board terms, BBC therapy involves microchipping a patient and forcibly transmitting Welsh BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) radio broadcasts directly into the patient's skull.
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Multiple transwomen have reported feeling sucidal urges after extensive rounds of BBC therapy. Leading scientists assume this reaction arises from lingustic confusion at Welsh terms like "Ynbaw". Further research is ongoing. The Welsh government has offered no comment on this matter.