I agree that Dr. Langberg has much to learn about confidentiality. A little biased, and willing to share her judgements with those she sees as peers, she falls short of maintaining the confidentiality one deserves. However, that appears to be a given in the world of ""Christianity"" where pastors and ""christian"" counselors believe that they are not subject to the same rules as the rest of the world.\r
I think that there is a true concern for other people at the base of her counseling and writings, but that money is the main motivator and it has certainly paid off. So, you may get to beheard, and you may get good advice, or you may get brushed off because os busy schedules or because more important people, with more money than you, need ""support"". \r
If you are fortunate enough to be among the elite and the wealthy, you will get respect. If not, save your cash and go have a few drinks. The local bartender usually has all night and a $10.00 tip will keep them listening for hours! Your drinks and a good supportive ear will save you about $100.00 and you'll get someone who is probably more interested in you.