Counsellor George Lutterodt has warned Ghanaians jubilating over the Ghana Psychological Council banning him from ‘counselling’ on radio and tv that he is not going to become broke as they think it would.
According to the always controversial Lutterodt, he actually has a counselling job at Korle-Bu and he can easily continue making money from that.
His comments come after a recent statement from the Psychological Council, in which they warn the self-styled counsellor not to give counsel to anyone on radio or tv anymore as he’s not licenced to practice.
Lutterodt has already warned that they can never stop him from practising, but also that even if they do he’s not going to be a hungry man with no means of support.
“After this news of they banning me went out, I see a lot of people rejoicing. Those people think Counselling is my only job and so I would go hungry, they should go and ask about me very well.
“I work at Korle Bu Hospital, they should go and ask about my position over there. All that’s happening I see it as a vindictiveness; there are other people on TV and Radio calling themselves Counselors but they’ve not written to the Media about them?” Lutterodt wondered.
“I am a pastoral counsellor… I have certificates, I have learnt and still learning. I was trained by a school… but the only challenge is that whatever training you have, it was made clear to us that our certificates cannot run circular. Within what I have learnt so far, I am a qualified pastoral counsellor not by their council (Psychological Council) …they cannot, till I die, ban me in this country, never!” he vowed.