No. I was pointing out that I happened to know several women, including two as neighbors (different neighborhoods) who specifically trained to be therapists who all found the practice of therapy frustrating.
Each of these women, who I encountered over a 20+ year period, turned away from their training because they did not feel it was doing what they thought it should do. The woman with the doctorate taught at the University of Michigan and abandoned a top of the heap academic career.
So, you might say that some methods suit some people while some suit others.
BTW, the newspaper astrology column has nothing to do with the sort of work a consulting astrologer would perform.
While the Myers-Briggs may be in eclipse (pun intended) now, not too long ago, it was a used as a tool in job counseling, team building and marriage counseling. It turns out that the test was "made up." Well, aren't all tests made up by someone?
My point here is that during the 1990s, business was using the Myers-Briggs personality type testing extensively. It was thought to be scientific.