BBC World Service, The Why Factor – Hypnosis: Why Would Anyone Allow a Stranger to Access Their Mind? On Monday, 12 February 2018, the BBC World Service transmitted a programme in the documentary series, The Why Factor, entitled ‘Hypnosis: Why Would Anyone Allow a Stranger to Access Their Mind?’
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Another major story on how regression therapy plays a central part in false accusations.
Every Blade of Grass. By Richard Schaeffer. Publisher: The Book Guild. Date: October 2017. Richard Schaeffer has written a dramatic novel based on the damage recovered memory therapy can inflict on patients and their families.
Memory Warp: How the Myth of Repressed Memory Arose and Refuses to Die By Mark Pendergrast. Publisher: Upper Access. Date: October 2017. In Memory Warp, Mark Pendergrast sounds a clarion call to stop the ongoing pseudoscience of ‘repressed memory therapy’, which has destroyed millions of families and continues to do…
The collapse of the rape prosecution trial against Liam Allan in Croydon Crown Court could have widespread ramifications for other criminal cases, because it was discovered the police withheld 50,000 text messages when such information should have been disclosed as a matter of course.
The Daily Mail has recently published an extensive article covering regression therapy and false accusations of abuse.
Radio 3 broadcast a series of programmes on the nature of memory from Monday – Friday of this week (9 – 13 October).
BBC London broadcast a report on the Carol Felstead case on Friday, 29 September. The short news item covered the issue of false memories being implanted by therapists, and has contributions from Joseph Felstead (Carol’s father), Dr Kevin Felstead (Carol’s brother, and the BFMS Director of Communications) and Dr Julia…
On Friday, 29 September the BBC broadcast a short report on false memory and the Carol Felstead case. Carol’s father, Joseph, contributes to the report, as does Kevin Felstead, the Communications Director of the BFMS, and Dr Julia Shaw of the Department of Psychology at University College London.
By Frederick Crews. Publisher: Macmillan USA. Date: 2017. Possibly the most devastating critique of Freud ever published. Frederick Crews analyses Freud, his doctrines, and his working methods. His conclusion is that Freud was a charlatan.