Julie Ponder

Attachment therapist working in Evergreen, CO. Ponder was convicted to 16 years for the death of Candace Newmaker.

Profession: Therapist
News paper articles, official documents and reports filed about this person
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Coercive Restraint Therapies: A Dangerous Alternative Mental Health Intervention2005-08-09
Court upholds conviction in 'rebirthing' death2003-08-29
Attachment therapy: A treatment without empirical support2002-11-01
'Rebirthing' mom enters guilty plea2001-10-12
No prison for Candace's adoptive mom2001-10-12
Therapists get 16 years2001-06-19
Grandparents campaign on 'rebirthing' therapy2001-06-14
Seeking Cures, but Finding Anguish2001-05-06
Stop casualties of pop therapy2001-05-02
Convicted therapist posts bail, is freed2001-04-25
Videotape, flannel cloth convince jury2001-04-21
Girl's Death Brings Ban on Kind of Therapy2001-04-18
The death of a new beginning 2001-01-28
Her name was Candace2000-10-29
Therapist has strong defenders, foes2000-10-29
Prosecutor likens 'rebirthing' session to 'torture'2000-08-18
Four Face Trial in Child's Death2000-08-18
Evergreen chock-full of therapists2000-05-21
State probes 'rebirth' therapists2000-05-20
Girl dies in Colorado after controversial therapy2000-05-18
"Rebirthers" Who Killed Child Receive 16-Year Prison Terms
Excerpts from video of the "birth" and death of Candace Newmaker
Be Wary of Attachment Therapy
Candace Newmaker - Wikipedia articlce
Abuse cases
Abuse cases of children while in placement and the role this person played in their placement
Titlesort iconRole
Candace Newmaker (Candace Tiara Elmore)Therapist


Evergreen, Colorado
United States
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