Interview with Marcus Chatfield, Associate Producer, ‘Fix My Kid’

Marcus Chatfield is the associate producer of ‘Fix My Kid’ a documentary that looks behind the curtain of the ‘troubled teen’ industry and reveals the abuse and corruption hidden there. Visit

5 Comments on "Interview with Marcus Chatfield, Associate Producer, ‘Fix My Kid’"

  1. THEUNSEENofNOTISH | Aug 6, 2013 at 12:42 pm |

    Families still do this with adults too, lets not forget that and what can happen to be based on social actions in addition to the indefinite imprisonment without rights once a 302 upheld via a court hearing in psychiatric institutional facilities. I have spent 1 year and 8 months recovering and escaping trauma when many decided it was time for me to stop smoking pot in my lates 20s, straighten up and get on board, as I was told. People are not afraid to lie and operate outside the law to enforce such social cleanup programs and misuse systems of legitimate therapy to police loud mouthed potheads.

  2. webdiva1969 | Aug 6, 2013 at 1:11 pm |

    Great interview! Thanks for the support!

  3. serenidade | Aug 6, 2013 at 1:48 pm |

    This is an important project. My hope is that it can help educate people about the connections between these sorts of brainwashing and torture techniques as used against youth, and the larger prison-industrial complex.

    One thing I would like to see touched upon is the reactions of parents after their children returned from these programs. Are many of them aware, before or after the fact, that staff would go to such extremes to “reform” their kids? What is the culture of silence that survivors feel subjected to: that they may not be believed, that they may have deserved it, or that they just want to move on with their lives? I just can’t imagine letting ANYONE do these things to my child, let alone with my consent.

    Thank you for your contributions–looking forward to the film’s release!

  4. DeepCough | Aug 6, 2013 at 4:10 pm |

    You can thank the War on Drugs as it was expanded by the (Nancy) Reagan administration for the increase of the institutionalization of children.

  5. Ted Heistman | Aug 6, 2013 at 7:57 pm |

    I think that is what evil is.

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