There's no shortage of outrage to latch onto; but there's two sides to every story. That lady looked pretty uppity to me. If her kid was psychotic, and she refused medication for the child, how does that benefit the child? I know it's a horrible reality to have to cope with, but that lady might have pushed it to that point of extreme legal intervention.
Nobody wants their rights trampled on; but had that lady been a little more diplomatic, she might have been able to have the kids medication changed. she just looked belligerant and combative to me. I don't know if there's really a whole hell of a lot you can do for psychosis.
There have been cases where extreme religiouds parents insist on praying over a kid who has simple appendicitis and refuse typical effective medical proceedures such as a simple appendectomy. If the child's life is endangered, then I think it is appropriate to intervene on behalf of common sense and the rights of the child.
Which leads to the old story of a man who was about to have his house inundated by a flood. Thye cops came by and said you need to evacuate. The guy says no, the Lord will protect me. The flood rises and the fire department comes by with a boat and tries to rescue the guy from his 2nd floor window. He says, no, the Lord will save me. The flood rises and a helicopter comes and tries to rescue him from his roof, he says no, the Lord will handle this. The flood sweeps the guy away and he drowns and goes to meet the Lord. The guy says why didn't you save me? The Lord says, "I sent you a cop, a boat, and a helicopter you dummy."