A woman sued by her former therapists after she publicly criticized their controversial treatment methods is calling last week’s ruling in her favor a victory for freedom of speech.

“They were attempting to violate my First Amendment rights,” said Carol Diament of the leaders of Genesis Associates in Exton, Pa., where she had sought counseling in the late 1980s and early 1990s. “I should have the freedom to speak out and warn other people of my experiences in counseling.”

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