Three years ago on Valentine's day I put my wonderful daughter on a plane to The Castlewood Treatment Center. I had spent a few weeks going through the intake process for this miracle place that would help my girl. I vetted them as best I could.

“under the influence of various medically prescribed psychotropic medications” she was “negligently hypnotized” and coerced into believing that, among other things, she “was a member of a satanic cult and that she was involved in or perpetrated various criminal and horrific acts of abuse.” Leslie Thompson, Brooke Taylor, and Colette Travers all followed suit.

A psychologist who was sued by four women for allegedly brainwashing them at Castlewood Treatment Center for eating disorders is no longer leading the center or its expansion facility in California.

All four of the former Castlewood Treatment Center patients claim they were given false memories of past abuse, two of them claim the false memories involved satanic rituals, even “witnessing the sacrificing of a baby.”

The Justice Department found that Castlewood refused to treat Susan Gibson because of her HIV, despite Castlewood’s determination that she was qualified to receive counseling treatment for her eating disorder, and despite advice from its own medical staff that they were able to treat someone with HIV at Castlewood.  The department also determined that for months Castlewood staff told Gibson that she was on a waiting list for the program, even though they had no intention to admit her i...

Those familiar with Mark Schwartz were not surprised when several former patients filed suit claiming his therapy led them to recover horrific memories of abuse that never occurred.

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July 28, 2018

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