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Born Again 

A therapist is charged with murder after an 11-year-old girl dies during a "rebirthing" procedure.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lennie Briscoe
Ed Green
Anita Van Buren
Jack McCoy
Serena Southerlyn
Nora Lewin
Dr. Madelyn Stahl
Stephen Olson
Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
Dr. Emil Skoda
Janet Weston
Detective Ana Cordova
Tyler Epps
Paul Garfield
Brad Oscar ...


A therapist is charged with murder after an 11-year-old girl dies during a "rebirthing" procedure.

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6 March 2002 (USA)  »

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The episode has the ex-husband living near Philly in Camden, PA. Camden is actually located in NJ, across the Delaware River from Philadelphia. See more »

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I thought that I'd have a little girl who'd love her mom
15 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

Two girls were jogging in the park when they bumped into a child body lying on the ground. The little girl was actually dead, choked to death with her own vomit. Two students at the local high school left some fingerprints in the crime scene, after a night spent smoking joints, but they have just tried to revive the victim. Forensic stated the victim was dumped in the park some time after her death, so detectives led the investigation to the grieving mother. She's not the biological mother, having adopted the kid shortly after her divorce, realizing she's unable to have child on her own. According to information given by her therapist and her fellow coworkers (she worked in a canteen), she's depressed to raise a child all by herself; furthermore the daughter suffered from a mental illness very hard to deal with. So she changed psychologist and went to a therapist who performed rebirth sessions....I have never heard anything more dumb than this!

An episode too unreal to be true. Anyway even in modern times, people attend wizard and shaman meeting instead of relying on mainstream medicine, luckily it's not so common in the first world.

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