First, if you're happy with your family and the relationship you have with your child, don't buy this product. I believe Lehman would agree with me on this one. If you're doing the exact opposite of what is taught in the TT program, but you're happy, what business does any counselor have telling you anything? None. We may look at your family and think, "that can't be healthy," but beauty is in the eye of the beholder and counselors are in the business of helping people who want to be helped. They are not running around trying to condemn the world. "But when Jesus heard this, He said, 'It is not those who are healthy who need a physician, but those who are sick.'" (Matthew 9:12)
Second, you may be at your wits end with your child or teen. You have tried almost everything and now you are ready to fork over some money for a program that may or may not work. It may work, if it's what you need. What Lehman shows you may be the key to getting your child back under control. It may not work if what he says does not fit your situation. This is where a good counselor would come in to play. While we try to microwave everything these days there's very little that can truly replace the effectiveness of real human contact. By going to a mental health professional, face to face, he or she can help with your exact needs. If you're child is upset because of a divorce, TT may help you get your child under control, but it won't help your child deal with the pain he is experiencing.
Another thing that real counselors can do is hold you accountable. Behavior change is very difficult. This is why we have weight loss counselors, financial counselors, and mental health counselors; humans have a tough time doing things on their own. We need someone to say, "Hey, you know better than that." The CDs in the TT program have lots of useful information that you may totally agree with and understand but putting it into practice is an entirely different matter. This is why I think a group of parents could purchase the program and begin a support group, or see a counselor in addition to using the TT. Either will increase your likelihood of success. "'And He also spoke a parable to them: 'A blind man cannot guide a blind man, can he? Will they not both fall into a pit?'" (Luke 6:39)
If your parenting needs a tune up or you need to gain some major control, The Total Transformation is for you. However, if you have a tough time with change, self-discipline, or there's a deeper matter involved, I hope some of my suggestions above will prove useful. God bless.
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