Trapped In Treatment is a new docu-style podcast series from Paris Hilton, London Audio, iHeartMedia, and Warner Bros. Unscripted Television in association with Telepictures, that will examine and expose the dark secrets of the “Troubled Teen Industry.” Beginning with Provo Canyon School, each season will focus on the story of one youth treatment facility, its survivors, and the traumatizing abuse at the hands of their captors. Hosted by Caroline Cole and Rebecca Mellinger, Trapped in Treatment weaves together personal accounts with historical detail and expert opinions to shine a light on what really happens at behavior modification centers and how this billion-dollar industry has flourished for so long.
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EXCLUSIVE: Tune in for a special behind-the-scenes conversation as hosts Rebecca and Caroline sit down with Paris Hilton to talk about her new memoir. more
The fight has just begun. This final episode shares the work that Paris, the hosts, and her organization have accomplished in Utah alongside state Senator Mike McKell as they plan to expand this movement to states nationwide. more
Breaking Code Silence, the national advocacy organization for survivors, is discussed, featuring interviews with its director and offering options for advocacy and action. Kat Von D speaks with Paris Hilton about their mutual experience and using the... more
Can’t do it. I could maybe deal with the adds but I can’t listen to the FRY! Some people think that’s cool and sophisticated. Some of us think it’s REALLY annoying. Safe bet? Just use your normal voice!
I was in a RTC in Utah for almost two years in the late 80s, including some time living off site in “foster” family homes. I still have occasional nightmares. I believe the place I was sent to was considered one of the more reputable ones, yet terrible things happened there, and it still blighted my life. When you spend those critical transitional years in a place that allows you to make no decisions, and allows no expressions of individuality, you come to feel helpless and worthless on a ver... more
This is some of the most important journalism needed today. The TTI, Troubled Teen Industry, is a multi billion industry that subjects children to horrific human rights abuses in the name of “therapy”. The profits are lucrative while the regulations and oversight are lacking. And yes there are ads but every podcast has ads and you can skip through them. Looking forward to future seasons and particularly the examination of other programs. The DeSisto School seriously needs to be included
I was really looking forward to this podcast after listening to the trailer. However, it is a very short podcast and the ads are way too frequent. I’m wondering how many actual minutes of podcasts there are in an episode. It’s a shame because it’s an important subject.
Interesting stories but the amount of ads made it hard to want to keep listening.
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Trapped in Treatment launched 2 years ago and published 14 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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