BBC report on “recovered memory therapy” and the case of Carol Felstead
Carol Felstead’s father describes how his daughter developed false memories of abuse after receiving hypnosis purported to recover repressed memories. Dr Julia Shaw, a memory scientist talks about the danger of “recovered memory therapy” and the need for better regulation of the psychotherapy industry.
Watch the video on the BFMS site here.
Listen to ‘Sentence First, Verdict After’ on BBC sounds, podcast about false memory in the courtroom.