PSI Seminars

PSI Seminars Review

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Published: 11 December 2018

Posted by: Anonymously

I attended both the PSI Seminars Basic class and PSI 7 week long retreat. Both were amazing, life-altering classes and I learned many leassons and things about me that vastly improved my life, my relationship with my family and my overall outlook on life in general. Then I signed up for PLD, their in-state 90 day program… HUGE MISTAKE! They say you’re not allowed to have an opinion until after you’ve graduated and the 90 days are up. Well, three years after graduating, here’s my opinion… 1. The city staff running PLD and the volunteer coaches couldn’t care less about your personal goals. The only one they care about is your enrollment goal (that’s how many people you intend to sign up to go to the Basic. Basically, they are on you about enrollments and ignore everything else. You’re paying them, to enroll people and make money for their company! 2. The coaches are volunteer, and some (not all) have no idea what they are doing. My coach was awful, and my teammates with the same coach agreed. yet when we went to staff with our concerns, they blew us off, telling us that we’re supposed to hate our coach. After day 90, we all still felt the same way. Committing to starting your morning with talking to a controlling, mean, onscene person is not a great way to get off on the right foot! 3. Maybe it was just my team, but it seems that a lot of people who attend are pretentious, close-minded jerks. The seminars encourage being authentic with your feelings, but in PLD it seemed to be the opposite. If you had negative feelings and expressed them, you are chastised by both staff and teammates. It was so bad that I became very depressed and drew inward, afraid of the judgment that would be passed if I expressed how I really felt. It still effects me today, and honestly, I don’t think I’ll ever be the same again. The classes are very emotional and can deeply effect you.

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