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Terms & Conditions

A legal disclaimer

The information provided on this website is for educational and informational purposes only. It should not be considered complete or relied upon as medical advice or a substitute for professional medical consultation, diagnosis, or treatment. 


Heather Pettey is a certified professional coach and not a licensed therapist or mental health professional. Her coaching services are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any medical or psychological condition. Always consult your physician or qualified health provider regarding any medical concerns or conditions.


The content on this site reflects Heather's personal views and experiences, and those of her guests, which may not apply to every individual situation. Making decisions based on the information presented is done entirely at your own risk.


For clinical mental health issues, please seek the support of a qualified therapist or counselor. Coaching does not substitute for therapy addressing mental health disorders or trauma.


By using this website, you acknowledge and agree that neither Heather Pettey nor her company shall be held responsible or liable for any claim, loss or damage arising from the use or misuse of information obtained from this site.

Terms & Conditions - the basics

Having said that, Terms and Conditions (“T&C”) are a set of legally binding terms defined by you, as the owner of this website. The T&C set forth the legal boundaries governing the activities of the website visitors, or your customers, while they visit or engage with this website. The T&C are meant to establish the legal relationship between the site visitors and you as the website owner. 


T&C should be defined according to the specific needs and nature of each website. For example, a website offering products to customers in e-commerce transactions requires T&C that are different from the T&C of a website only providing information (like a blog, a landing page, and so on).     


T&C provide you as the website owner the ability to protect yourself from potential legal exposure, but this may differ from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, so make sure to receive local legal advice if you are trying to protect yourself from legal exposure.

What to include in the T&C document

Generally speaking, T&C often address these types of issues: Who is allowed to use the website; the possible payment methods; a declaration that the website owner may change his or her offering in the future; the types of warranties the website owner gives his or her customers; a reference to issues of intellectual property or copyrights, where relevant; the website owner’s right to suspend or cancel a member’s account; and much much more. 


To learn more about this, check out our article “Creating a Terms and Conditions Policy”.

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