BREAKING: Christine Ford Wrote 2008 Article Teaching Hypnosis To Create “ARTIFICIAL SITUATIONS”

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BREAKING: Christine Ford Wrote 2008 Article Teaching Hypnosis To Create “ARTIFICIAL SITUATIONS”

The story of the college professor who serves as the foundation for the slime and destroy attack against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh continues to present more questions than answers despite what the media would lead the public to believe.

While Christine Blasey Ford disproved many skeptics when she showed up in Washington last week for her hotly anticipated testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, her demeanor has been described by some as strange and possibly coached or rehearsed.

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Or maybe it was something else, something that could be far more sinister.

According to a bombshell report from Sean Davis of The Federalist, Dr. Ford was the co-author of a 2008 study that – get this – examined the use of ” hypnosis to “assist in the retrieval of important memories” and to “create artificial situations” for treatment.

Which begs the question as to the role of such hypnosis in the memories of Ford’s evidence-free accusations of Kavanaugh and his buddy Mark Judge.

One study on hypnosis cited by Ford and her co-authors specifically stated that patients who undergo hypnosis therapy are “highly suggestible and easily subject to memory contamination.” https://t.co/NAYp3zHhWC

— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) October 1, 2018

Via The Federalist, “Kavanaugh Accuser Co-Authored Study Citing Use Of Hypnosis To Retrieve Memories”:

Christine Blasey Ford, a California woman who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of attempted rape in the 1980’s, co-authored an academic study that cited the use of hypnosis as a tool to retrieve memories in traumatized patients. The academic paper, entitled “Meditation With Yoga, Group Therapy With Hypnosis, and Psychoeducation for Long-Term Depressed Mood: A Randomized Pilot Trial,” described the results of a study the tested the efficacy of certain treatments on 46 depressed individuals. The study was published by the Journal of Clinical Psychology in May 2008.

While the paper by Ford and several other co-authors focused on whether various therapeutic techniques, including hypnosis, alleviate depression, it also discussed the therapeutic use of hypnosis to “assist in the retrieval of important memories” and to “create artificial situations” to assist in treatment.

Ford’s paper cited a controversial 1964 paper on the use of hypnosis to treat alcoholics and claimed that “hypnosis could be used to improve rapport in the therapeutic relationship, assist in the retrieval of important memories, and create artificial situations that would permit the client to express ego-dystonic emotions in a safe manner.” The study by Ford and her co-authors also used “self-hypnosis” to help treat their randomized sample of patients.

Read the entire article HERE.

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According to the abstract from the study, “Meditation with yoga, group therapy with hypnosis, and psychoeducation for long‐term depressed mood: a randomized pilot trial” the authors are listed as:

Lisa D. Butler Lynn C. Waelde T. Andrew Hastings Xin‐Hua Chen Barbara Symons Jonathan Marshall Adam Kaufman Thomas F. Nagy Christine M. Blasey Elizabeth O. Seibert David Spiegel.

It’s a helluva find considering how so much of Ford’s history seems to not be readily available online.

As of Monday evening and even with the FBI now conducting yet another investigation into Kavanaugh, Ford and her backers STILL have not provided the all-important therapy notes that have been taken as gospel by the media, the political left, the media and likely the triad of Flake-Collins-Murkowski.

To quote “Alice In Wonderland” author Lewis Carroll, things are becoming “curiouser and curiouser!”

And this study is most curious indeed…

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