chapter  16
MICHAEL YAPKO: Caught in a Controversy
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In his text, Yapko made a rather neutral observation that sometimes such reports of recovered memories could be true, yet they could

also be the result of therapists (and others in positions of influence) unintentionally leading people to believe they had been abused when, in fact, they never had been. This was not a major area of interest for Yapko at first-it was merely one of hundreds of observations he made throughout the book to illustrate certain key concepts related to the practice of clinical hypnosis.