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Counsellor Lutterodt banned from counseling on TV and radio by Ghana Psychology Council

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Counsellor Lutterodt banned from counseling on TV and radio by Ghana Psychology Council

The Ghana Psychology Council has warned controversial Counsellor George Lutterodt for the last time to stop calling or holding himself as a counselor and providing counseling services on television and radio in Ghana.

According to the Council, Mr. Lutterodt is not registered with the Council and does not have the requisite qualification for the practice.

“You are being warned for the last time to desist from calling or holding yourself up as a counselor or providing counseling services in Ghana on radio and television,” the Council said.

A statement, signed by the Registrar of the Council, Dr. Dinah Baah-Odoom, said the Council is the only body mandated to regulate the profession and the and the practice of Applied Psychology.

The statement is below:


The council also issued a notification letter to the National Media Commission:


The notice came after the controversial marriage and relationship counselor recently stated that: there’s nothing called natural hair, it’s depression, anybody you see with natural hair, they are depressed, they are going through psychological deficiency”. 

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Jacqueline Johnson Quaye, known professionally as 'JQ', is a Ghanaian entertainment show host, journalist, and reporter.

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