Wednesday April 2, 2008Landmark Education:
Landmark Education says hundreds of government agencies globally use the courses.
Tuesday March 11, 2008Landmark Education:
Victoria Police staff and public servants have been sent on the “transformation” seminars run by Landmark Education, which was set up by a former Scientologist.
Friday August 17, 2007Landmark Education:
Landmark Education, controversial California-based “self-help” group was enlisting new recruits at a major Conservative youth meeting in Canada last weekend.
Saturday December 2, 2006Landmark Education:
A controversial self-help group has backed off its attack on an Internet critic after the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) intervened in the case.
Friday November 17, 2006Landmark Education:
Landmark Education wants to silence online critics, including Apologetics Index.
Saturday November 11, 2006Landmark Education:
The subpoena involved a documentary film that aired on French TV in 2004 that was critical of Landmark Education, also known as the Landmark Forum.
Monday June 12, 2006Landmark Education:
WA [Western Australia] children as young as eight who attend "life-changing" coaching sessions by a controversial US company could have difficulty with their schoolwork afterwards, according to experts.
Thursday December 22, 2005Landmark Education:
Landmark Education Withdraws Lawsuit Against Rick Ross as a Result of Recent Court Decision
Monday December 19, 2005Landmark Education:
Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center's audit of its No. 2 official included a look at $6,000 in tuition expenses for seven workers to attend a seminar by Landmark Education.
Monday April 19, 2004Landmark Education:
Young Midland professionals are being recruited by a controversial American company which claims to provide life-changing coaching sessions.
Monday December 15, 2003Landmark Education:
It claims to be about self-improvement but it's been accused of exploiting the gullible, even of being a cult. Others say it transforms their lives. So what is the Landmark Forum? And what does it do? Amelia Hill decided to find out. What she discovered about the Forum - and about herself - will surprise you
Friday December 5, 2003Landmark Education:
The Landmark Forum claims to change utterly the lives of its devotees - and it is spreading fast by their word of mouth. But are its `breakthrough' sessions a good or bad thing? Some see it as education, and others as brainwashing. MARY BRAID reports
Sunday February 2, 2003Landmark Education:
PRNewswire, Jan. 30, 2003 [Press Release (Sprint)]
Wednesday August 14, 2002Landmark Education:
Based on EST, the Landmark Forum Says It Can Help People Become Happier and More Productive
Tuesday September 1, 1998Landmark Education:
In talking about the Landmark Forum, people with experience of this self- improvement seminar describe its impact in wildly disparate ways. Janet Jenkins,* a divinity student who completed the three-and-a-half-day weekend, calls it "a sort of religion with 'I' as God," while an enthusiastic young Forum volunteer tells me it's "a three-and-a-half-day intensive introduction to ideas and philosophies that will transform your life." James Williamson, an attorney at a high-powered law firm, says, "Either it's one of the most beneficial experiences I've ever had, or it's a complete con job." Kevin Garvey, a counselor who assists people coming out of cults or cultlike groups, says, "The Forum constitutes a brilliant anti-intellectual exercise ... they take away the base that makes a moral view possible for each individual and call it freedom." Adam Kahn, who for two and a half years was deeply involved with Landmark and its advanced programs, expresses his present disillusionment by stating simply, "There's so much the Forum can't do."
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