Hi Everyone,

Occasionally I get contacted by UK readers looking for attorneys who specialize in therapist abuse. Since I have no contacts in the UK (or anywhere outside of the USA), I’d love to get some names.

Remember I do have some attorneys listed on the Legal page. Any one of them should be able to provide you with information and possibly a referral for your area.

Thanks for your help!


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Heather Sinclair, of Lynette’s Law and the Lynette’s Law website, has posted a video on warning signs of bad therapy called The Real Crisis in Healthcare. The video includes some great advice on what to do if you see any of these warning signs in your own therapy.

You can visit Heather’s website at www.LynettesLaw4Maryland.com for other videos and a wealth of information.



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