High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Recovered-memory therapy (RMT) is a term coined by affiliates of the False Memory Syndrome Foundation (FMSF) in the early 1990s, to refer what they described as a range of psychotherapy methods based on recalling memories of abuse that had previously been forgotten by the patient. It does not refer to a specific, recognized treatment method, but rather several controversial and/or unproven interviewing techniques, such as hypnosis and the use of sedative-hypnotic drugs, which are presently rarely used in the responsible treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder and other dissociative disorders-conditions which most commonly lead to loss of traumatic memories. The term is not listed in DSM-IV or used by any mainstream formal psychotherapy modality.
Editor: Russell, Jesse, Editor: Cohn, Ronald
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