DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND STAY AWAY! If I could, I would report this cult to the BBB, but to no surprise, they are not BBB accredited! My wife was verbally berated non-stop for challenging the teachings. She was threatned to be “discharged,” but she had enough and left. When she left the room, the EAC staff stopped and grabbed her. She started screaming and crying, so they staff violently tried to force her back into the room. This caused a panic attack, and she began to scream and cry for help. The hotel security came, but was nudged away by Sam (the leader), saying “it was part of the program.” Sam then picked her up and forced her to the room. Not sure how you can call yourself a doctor, father, or even human when you force someone into a room while they are having a panic attack. DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH BEFORE YOU LET ONE OF YOUR FRIENDS/FAMILY RECOMMEND THIS TO YOU. EAC IS THE EVIL STEPCHILD OF LIFESPRING, AND LIFESPRING HAS BEEN SUED SEVERAL TIMES AND LED TO SEVERAL SUICIDES. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lifespring LEARN FROM OUR MISTAKE AND STAY AWAY!
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