Prior to entering into a life coaching relationship, please read the following agreement carefully. If you have questions, please consult with me, Buck Black, before indicating that you agree with this statement.
I certify that I will not operate a motor vehicle or do any other dangerous or multitasking types of behavior during my sessions. This is a significant safety concern and any distraction may lessen the benefit of the session.
I will pay for services in full at the time of each appointment. Failure to do so will result in Buck Black Therapy, LLC being unable to provide you with future services. Please inform Buck Black if you do not wish to have your credit card stored in the secure system for future charges.
If I have an outstanding balance that is not paid within 60 days of invoice, my account will be turned over to a collection agency. In addition, the balanced owed will be doubled in order to pay the collection agency fees.
Appointment reminders via email are the default. If I wish to have phone or text reminders or be excluded from reminders, I will let Buck Black know.
There is a risk that clients will, for a time, have uncomfortable levels of sadness, guilt, anxiety, anger, frustration, loneliness, helplessness, or other negative feelings. Clients may recall unpleasant memories. These feelings or memories may bother a client at work or in school. In addition, some people in the community may mistakenly view anyone in coaching as weak, or perhaps as seriously disturbed or even dangerous. Also, clients may have problems with people important to them. Family secrets may be told. Coaching may disrupt a marital relationship and sometimes may even lead to a divorce. Sometimes, too, a client’s problems may worsen after the beginning of treatment. Most of these risks are to be expected when people are making important changes in their lives. Finally, even with our best efforts, there is a risk that coaching may not work out well for you.