A University of Utah film and communication student is working on his senior documentary project and is seeking people who experienced aversion therapy at Brigham Young University.
“I am hoping to find people who were subjected to either shock therapy or vomit therapy. As part of this project, I would like to document their personal stories and explore the sometimes unfortunate journey that our community faces and how the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints influences those experiences at the BYU campus,” Hugo Vaca said. “Another component that I’m exploring is how people thought and still think that people can be ‘reprogrammed’ and the concept of choice.”
Identities can be hidden if necessary. Hugo can be reached at [email protected]