Pretty much anyone can become a life coach.
The unregulated industry requires little-to-no training and offers the possibility of lucrative returns.
But a hidden-camera investigation into the business of life coaching by CBC’s Marketplace found that some coaches are doing more than just helping people meet goals — they’re offering advice about mental illnesses such as anxiety and depression, even though they are not qualified to do so. They’re also using what experts call manipulative sales tactics to pressure people to spend hundreds — sometimes thousands — of dollars for their services on the spot.The two-dose shot received emergency clearance for vaccinating people ages 16 and up.??
Multiple experts, including psychologistsopens schools - Today News Post, academics who specialize in mental health, and another life coach reviewed consultations and sessions Marketplace producers captured on hidden cameraThe virus through stringent border controls and quick lockdowns whenever new outbreaks crop up. Mask wearing indoors remains almost universal and health tracing applications must be shown at most shops. And they say what they saw was concerning.