Consultant Hamsa Healing Space

Location of Consultation: Webinar – Virtual


1. Services. Hamsa Healing Center (the “Provider”) provides instruction, education, a limited forum for discussion and, when applicable, consultation materials to mental health professionals for operating support groups. All virtual consultations are facilitated by Briana Lefman. The Provider agrees to provide the Consultation, and you (the “Participant/Client”) agree to participate in the Consultation on the terms and conditions hereof.

2. Location. This Consultation will take place online. The classes are to be conducted virtually via Zoom or other video-conferencing mechanism as instructed by Provider.

3. Time. The agreed upon time and date will be held on an online designated platform.

4. Service Fee. Provider is offering the one hour webinar at a rate of $100.00 per session, which includes primary sessions and relevant materials. Participant must purchase at the time of consultation request. Webinar registrations are paid via a secure link on Paypal for all transactions. Refunds are allowed only for notices of withdrawal provided at least five (5) days in advance of the first session.

5. Webinar Format. The online webinar is designed to be primarily a presentation and will have a limited time for questions and answers during the primary sessions. Unless the Facilitator(s) solicits questions during the sessions or as part of the dedicated discussion forum, Facilitator will not be able to reply to individual questions. Participant acknowledges that the webinar fee does not include one-on-one time with the Facilitator and therefore agrees not to email or otherwise send messages to the Facilitator other than for administrative aspects of the Workshop or to inquire about Provider’s additional services. Should Participant wish to engage Provider’s one-on-one consultation services, Participant may reach out to the Facilitator to schedule a consultation (Presently, Provider’s hourly rate for consultation is $275 per hour).

6. Webinar Materials. The Workshop materials that Participant may receive contain proprietary information and intellectual property that is licensed only for the limited purposes and under the terms contained herein (the “Materials”). By receiving Materials, you understand, acknowledge and agree that you are solely permitted to use the Materials for your own professional practice in the field of mental health and that you will not disclose, distributed to, or otherwise make the Materials available for third parties. You will treat the Materials the same way and in the same manner that you protect your own confidential and proprietary information and in any event with a reasonable degree of care. You will ensure that any disclosure to and/or use by employees or personnel at your professional practice are subject to the same confidentiality and limited use.

7. No Recording. Participant does not have permission to, and agrees not to, record the workshop, including without limitation, any session or discussion forum, in any manner or on any recording medium.

8. Relationship Of The Parties. This Agreement is not intended to create and shall not be interpreted or construed as creating between Provider and Participant a relationship of principal and agent, employer and employee, joint venturers, partners or any similar relationship.

9. Entire Agreement. This Agreement embodies the entire agreement and understanding between Provider and Participant on the subjects addressed herein and supersedes all prior discussions, agreements, or understandings between Participant and Provider, whether express or implied.

10. Modification and Waiver. This Agreement may not be modified or amended except by an instrument in writing signed by both parties. No term or condition of this Agreement shall be deemed to have been waived except by written instrument of the party charged with such waiver. No such written waiver shall be deemed a continuing waiver unless specifically stated therein, and each such waiver shall operate for the future only as to the specific term or condition.

11. Governing Law. This Agreement shall be construed under the laws of the State of California; its validity, construction, and legal effect shall be governed by the laws of the State of California applicable to agreements entered into and performed entirely within the State of California without regard to the conflicts of laws of the respective jurisdictions of the parties hereto. Any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this Agreement, or the breach thereof, shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the courts in San Diego County in the State of California.

12. Severability. If, for any reason, any provision or partial provision of this Agreement is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect the remainder of such provision or any other provision of this Agreement not so held invalid, and each other provision, or portion thereof, shall, to the full extent consistent with law, continue in full force and effect.

* This is an informational webinar and does not contain any legal advice. By registering for this virtual informational session, you agree and release all liability to the facilitator. All participants are advised to seek outside counsel for any legal matters.

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