Frequently Asked Qestions
No, it is not a substitute for therapy or diagnosis.
It may not be ideal for those currently receiving or who have previously received medical treatment or therapy for mental health issues. Consult with medical or mental health clinicians before participating.
Retreats or intensive workshops may not suit those experiencing psychiatric or emotional turmoil. Coaching may offer an opportunity to grow past these states, but members may need additional medical and psychiatric support.
Benefits are available even outside of a focused environment. Proper medical guidance and treatment are still essential.
No, it does not cause mental health disorders. It may bring up hidden patterns but offers an opportunity to improve these states. Those with mental health conditions may feel overwhelmed and require additional support