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Dave Hunt

Carnegie-Mellon University professor Robyn M. Dawes wrote House of Cards: Psychology and Psychotherapy Built on Myth out of “anger, and a sense of social obligation.” Professor Dawes cites the example of a female Harvard psychiatrist whose patient committed suicide. The concern expressed by the professional board of inquiry was whether she had had sex with her patient. The fact that she had “regressed” him “to an infantile state so that she could ‘reparent’ him” was ignored—for who could say that such nonsense was not legitimate therapy?