Arthur Janov, the psychologist who created, practiced and preached primal therapy, a sensation of the 1970s in which patients were coached to let out sobs or screams as they relived childhood trauma in a quest to overcome neurosis, died Oct. 1 at his home in Malibu. He was 93. The cause was respiratory arrest following a stroke, his wife, France Janov, told the Associated Press. Through his treatment of celebrities — among them entertainers John Lennon, Yoko Ono and James Earl Jones — Dr. Janov became a celebrity in his own right beginning in the 1970s.
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