Actually, your post was generic. The Thread is specifically about Klemmer and Associates and your reponse was a response about LGAT in general. It did not address the specific question about a specific organization.
And, more importantly, it seemed odd that your post, to an (old) Nov 2005 thread appeared immediately after I replied to the thread; and my reply to the thread has yet to be approved.
I agree that people can be harmed when they are subjected to conditions for which the staff is ill-prepared to handle. However, in the case of K&A this is not the case. Senior facilitators have degrees and years of experience and training.
In fact, some of your comments / line items, were completely off point.
Klemmer and Associates does not even suggest there should be any 'cure' and they do not blame any 'victims'.
In fact, quite the opposite, they suggest that there is nothing 'wrong' with us that needs cured. They submit that all choices are providing a cost and a benefit and only when the cost outweighs the benefit will we re-evaulate our choices and choose differently. Its not about being 'fixed' or 'cured'.
As for blaming the 'victim'. That is also off point. K&A does not place 'blame'.
While someone might be 'victim' to an event, over which we had no direct control, K&A suggests that there is a difference between being 'victim' to an event and being 'a victim'. Acknowledge that you had no control over those specific events and then move forward, rather than be fixed-in-time and wearing your 'victimness' like a warm blanket.
It is when we see ourselves as 'victims' that we impede our forward progress.
Your responses here are quite defensive and eerily similar to what people say on other threads defending Landmark Education, such as "It's not for everyone."
If this discussion were about Scuba diving, Marriage, Parenthood or Sky Diving, and I made the comment "is it for everyone? NO"... would you also say my response was eerie?
Not everything is for everyone. Not everyone is ready to have children, though they may be physically capable.