A hard hitting article from Liberation, published on 23 August. The article has been translated from the original French. The police have concluded that monetary fraud was an an important motive behind the therapist’s behaviour.
The case against therapist Anne Craig continues. Victoria Cayzer was first treated by Anne Craig in 2010, when she was 21, and has continued her relationship with the therapist ever since.
File on 4 (BBC Radio 4, 19 July 2016). Dozens of people who were child patients at a psychiatric hospital in the 1960s and ’70s claim they were experimented on with a so-called truth serum. It has left them with disturbing memories and troubling questions.
Further action has been taken relating to the work of the therapist Anne Craig.
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The Mail on Sunday has published a third article on the treatment received by subjects of Anne Craig’s therapy.
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Another case relating to the therapist Anne Craig (see Family To Launch Landmark Legal Case Against Therapist).
It is a familiar theme, but shocking every time: Young woman goes to therapist, her behaviour changes radically,
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