Another LGAT (or rather Small-GAT, as there are between 10 and 25 participants) operating in South Africa (and Namibia and Zimbabwe): The "Point" series, with resident guru Stephen D Norval, with assistance by his (wife?) Hestie Norval. More specifically, the four-day intro is called the thePoint, the next seminar is called truePoint, and the 8 day remote retreat called zeroPoint. Also something called trueSex.
Here is the website: [www.truepoint.mobi
This seems to be very similar to Landmark. However, unlike Landmark there is no applicant screening and no disclaimer of liability. They recruit by word of mouth and the recruiters won't tell you any specifics. They are not upfront about the nature of the course or the methods used.
I found the first seminar or "perspective" to be too similar to my fraternity hazing, totalitarian and confrontational. It was filled with hours of lectures crammed with in-group jargon, inane non-sequiters, thought terminating cliches, sharing exercises, compulsory "insights", etc. repeated ad nauseum until your critical faculties fade out.
I left half-way through. This offended my girlfriend of one year, who had recruited me and who was attending and observing as a volunteer. She had taken the first two seminars and was actively volunteering her services to the Norvals.
Thereafter she started spouting thePoint pseudo-psyhoanalysis at me, telling me what a jerk I am, calling me narcissistic and she basically cut me off. I found that the thePoint and truePoint made her less sensitive to others, more self-involved, and she was spellbound by this magical thinking philosophy that "we create our own reality" and I was simply too negative to get "the point".
So as a result of the Norvals and their teachings about relationships, we broke up (or rather my girlfriend ignored me until I stopped trying). I loved her (and still do). It has been a traumatic experience and I would warn anyone from attending. DO NOT ATTEND UNLESS YOU APPROVE THE METHODS. DO NOT LET ANYONE YOU LOVE ATTEND.