I took a great interest in this show. When I was in high school I wanted to go into psychiatry as a profession. It always amazed me how things could go wrong with people's minds and they could behave so strange. So when Jeff & Jeremy started talking about how a suggestion could be placed into a patient's mind, just by asking leading questions, I knew what they were talking about. When you learn interrogative procedures in law enforcement training, you find that to be the golden rule. Don't ask leading questions. It will get you into trouble.
I agree with Bill in that no person should ever be allowed to try to regressive therapy unless they are a competently trained, licensed professional, who has had years of training in evaluating responses. This is not child's play. It is a human mind!
I also agree with Alfred in that there have been many substantiated cases where regression therapy has been used by professionals and obtained some outstanding results. So I shall also say " don't throw out the baby with the bath water" I know one university in Canada is leading the research field in this area.
Being called on the carpet is no fun. In the same breath, if you are doing something you know you shouldn't be, then don't cry wolf when you get caught.
Sometimes I believe that things like this happen for a reason. This very well, may lead to a new law, stating that only licensed professionals may use these techniques.
I feel for the experiencers. They are the ones who are imprisoned by what has happened to them.