Amanda Cable, of the Daily Mail, has printed an excellent article on therapists’ roles on generating false memories in their patients. She covers several cases from multiple points of view.
The Carol Felstead case is featured prominently; Katherine Mair – the author of Abused by Therapy – is mentioned, as is Maxine Berry, who is a well-known retractor. Madeline Greenhalgh, the Director of the BFMS, also has some input into it. The article is notable for summarising the difficult topic of false memory into an easily comprehensible form, and for describing the devastating consequences bad therapy can have on patients and their families. You can read it here: