To confuse or baffle
They know too much, we must plug their ears with bananas and attempt to befuddle them.
In addition to its use as a verb with the meaning
"to confuse", "baffle", "bewilder", and so on,
befuddle is also a collective noun.
In that use, it is a term of venery (a word for groups of animals), relating to therapists (regardless of system).
A befuddle of therapists usually contains 8 to 42 specimens, of similar (homogeneous befuddle) or differing (wild befuddle) schools. The latter tend to be unstable, but so do some of the individuals.
There is a befuddle of Freudians at the bar. We should avoid that area at all cost.
Listening to a befuddle of existential psychotherapists can drive the sanest man crazy.
To confuse with brouhaha. more fun to say than to write a 3 page essay on.
I befuddled the freshmen with talk of physics and pre-calc.
To insert a cylindrical piece of meat into the anus and then proceed to strike it violently so that it vibrates back and forth
I told you not to befuddle your sister when we have company.