Lucy Wightman ran a successful South Shore psychology practice until her past became public. Now, after her indictment, the woman who was once Boston's best-known stripper is defending her second life as a therapist - and trying to salvage her dignity.
IN NOVEMBER 2004, LUCY WIGHTMAN BEGAN RECEIVING anonymous e-mails that threatened to unravel the life she had crafted as a psychologist in two affluent Boston suburbs. It was, by all accounts, a good life. Her practice, South Shore Psychology Associates, was thriving, with an office first in Hingham, then in Norwell. In addition to her adult clients, children came after ... (Full article: 2853 words)
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