I feel this is largely a scam and could adversely harm people

My wife of the time took podcasts with this program. Was charged exorbitant amounts of money and later was convinced she could make a fortune by getting her own Life Coach Certification. While the company does not openly talk about anything illegal her program implies extensively that it can help people with a variety of issues. None of the people with these certifications of Life Coaching can practice Licensed Mental Health Treatment anywhere legally in the United States. Because they are not licensed they are able to say and do as they please without oversight or consequences if they were to breach confidentiality. Castillo's Life Coaching School, is not unique, but she presents herself in a way that can fool those that are struggling through life with any manner of challenges. They can coach, over Zoom or other internet video chats across State lines and even internationally. Not even licensed Clinical Therapist or Doctors are able to do this as it has been shown to lack effectiveness and promote poor long term outcomes. Castillo is very good at self-promotion and reminds me of a Snack Oil Salesman. Preying on those that are vulnerable and make a personal fortune off of those desperate for help.

User's recommendation: If you need help with projects find local professionals to aid you. If this be physical, psychological, emotional or any other pragmatic skills you wish to improve.

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Yups total scam

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