I forgot to mention that one. That story is about a "psychotherapist" who got her training from Landmark Education and she started her own series of seminars in Montreal (very similar to what you describe above). She was selling something similar to the LEC doctrine under another name (centre Plein Potentiel en Action) and offering "diplomas" to people to become a coach like herself, but no one ever got any diploma. They had to take a never ending series of lectures, seminars, courses, ect ... and pay, pay, pay (up to $60 000 in some cases) to end up by her saying that "they don't qualify" for the diploma.
Again, this was on TV
See the program below listed on
le 1 mars 2005 à 19 h 30
Radio Canada - La Facture Centre Plein Potentiel en Action
Vous pouvez voir cette émission présentée à La Facture sur PPA aux sites suivants:
Les « facilitateurs de santé »
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Anyway she was taken to court and found guilty of fraud by 9 victims. Her husband was also profiting from the situation by invinting his wife's seminar attendees to invest their money in his investment scheme, and people lost everything.
What is ironic, is that LEC will probably sue them as well since it is forbidden to any LEC graduate to sell LEC techniques for their own profit. If you think that the psychotherapist is selling LEC techniques, you can simply give her name to LEC and they will take care of it.