As I said in a topic, I want to be a dating coach. I contacted a coaching business and they told I need to talk to my pdoc before passing through the coaching process. They said that some medicines can affect the coaching process. I’m wondering how the ■■■■ I’ll pass through a coaching process if I have to take medicines everyday. Has someone heard about it? Has someone passed through a coaching process even while taking medicines?
I don’t know which country you’re from, but technically in the US they don’t have any business either asking or denying a person the opportunity to do a class like that based on either a disability or any medications you take (well, maybe if you’re on Viagra lol). In the US they cannot legally even ASK about meds or disability, and if they do, they’re breaking ADA laws.
Thanks, @WhiteRaven! I’m not look for certifications anymore. My life experience and results will give credibility to my clients.
Well, I think to give advice you need some sort of training in communications, like a degree or something. Then they can’t reject you, knowing you have proof you understand the science of human relationships.
I think the best proof is your results, as Jeff Walker says. For the job that I want to do, I need to learn by having experience and taking massive action. The certification is just a piece of ■■■■ to hang on my wall. I prefer spending my money on a beautiful frame.
Looks like they really ■■■■■■ you over! I’m just saying, as a mentally ill person, they can be biased. How did they know you have a pdoc and take medications?