- Report: #203089
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Complaint Review: PSI Seminars
PSI Seminarswww.psiseminars.com None, Oregon U.S.A.
PSI Seminars Vicarious emotional trauma Portland Oregon
*General Comment: No reconciling Gospel and PSI
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: From "Former" Grads of PSI and now they know better
*Consumer Comment: "Of course, the seminar is what you make of it,.."
*Consumer Comment: If that was a gift from a friend,
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I drove up with a staff person who lives in my town and all I really remember about that first night was the obvious insanity of the facilitator and that I rolled my eyes so much I nearly lost a contact.
After that first night was over, I had to stay past to wait for my ride, I was looked at like a martian when I began to help stack chairs; and rather rudely told to leave the room.
Needless to say, the remainder of the weekend was traumatising and I received what I can only describe as the silent treatment for my own opinions.
After certain "exercises" I had recurrent panic attacks.
Of course, the seminar is what you make of it, and I have chosen to bury the horror as deep as I can and extract small pieces that, when taken oppositely to how they were presented actually do hold some meaning in self-improvement.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/26/2006 06:03 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/PSI-Seminars/None-Oregon/PSI-Seminars-Vicarious-emotional-trauma-Portland-Oregon-203089. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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