Janov achieved celebrity with the idea that repressed childhood trauma leads to mood disorders, addiction and even epilepsy

Arthur Janov, a psychotherapist whose “primal therapy” had celebrities screaming to release their childhood traumas and spawned a bestselling book in the 1970s, has died. He was 93.

Janov died on 1 October at his Malibu home from respiratory arrest following a stroke, said his wife, France Janov.

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