All contents of this website and blog are for informational, educational and entertainment purposes only. This Website, Blog and Coaching Services are not intended to diagnose, evaluate, treat, cure, prevent or assess any mental, physical, psychological, emotional or other condition, illness, disorder or disease, including alcohol addiction or abuse or chemical dependency and abuse. No Recovery Coaching relationship is formed by visiting this site or by making use of any of its contents.
Similarly, this website and blog and Coaching Services are not intended to impart legal advice or expertise. No Attorney-Client Relationship is or will be formed by reading or using any information or content posted on this site or blog, including any comments, or replies to comments, on this website and blog on any subject. Further, this website and blog are not an effort to obtain business as an attorney or to impart legal opinions or analyses in Paul’s or any other jurisdiction. The information, contents and subject matter depicted on this website and blog reflect personal opinions, ideas and reflections of Paul C. Meidus in his capacity as a Life and Recovery Coach only and do not reflect the opinions, ideas, histories or philosophies of any member or members of the firm that employs Paul.
BY VISITING THIS SITE AND ACCESSSING ITS CONTENTS, OR ANY PORTION OF THE CONTENTS OF THIS SITE OR BLOG, INCLUDING USING THE SITE OR RECEIVING RECOVERY COACHING SERVICES FROM PAUL C. MEIDUS, YOU AGREE TO AND ACCEPT THIS DISCLAIMER IN ITS ENTIRETY. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO AND ACCEPT THIS DISCLAIMER IN ITS ENTIRETY, YOU ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO USE THIS SITE OR ACCESS AND USE ITS MATERIALS FOR ANY REASON OR TO RECEIVE RECOVERY COACHING SERVICES FROM PAUL C. MEIDUS .
Additional Information and Disclaimers
1. Coaching Overview; Client Responsibility
Recovery Coaching is intended to be informational, educational and supportive for the client. The coaching relationship is strictly one of co-equality between the Coach and Client. The Client’s responsibility is to come to each Coaching session prepared with a clear personal agenda.
The Recovery Coach’s responsibility is to use specialized skills and experience to listen, observe and help the client to identify personally meaningful recovery goals and to develop realistic plans and strategies for achieving those recovery goals.
At all times, the client remains fully and solely responsible for the information the client provides to the Coach, as well as for the interpretation and use of any information and feedback offered the client by the coach, and any and all decisions, actions or omissions resulting from or relating in any way to the Recovery Coaching experience and relationship.
Clients and website visitors agree to indemnify and hold harmless Paul C. Meidus and his affiliates, representatives, successors and assigns from any claims, liability, costs or expenses in connection with Coaching related services, information or materials, whether from this site or blog or in any individualized Coaching session or Coaching relationship.
Paul C. Meidus cannot and does not guarantee or warrant any particular outcome, result, probability or degree of success regarding Recovery Coaching services, and further expressly disclaims any such guarantees or warranties, including any and all such guarantees or warrantees that may be stated or implied.
2. Not a Substitute for Medical, Legal or Other Advice
Recovery Coaching and this website and blog are not substitutes for medical, psychological, psychiatric, wellness, therapeutic or other diagnosis, care, counseling, advice, consulting or treatment, or a substitute for any medicine, medication or medical treatment regimen.
Recovery Coaching and this website and blog are not a substitute for legal, financial, tax, personnel, personal, religious, spiritual or other types of evaluation, counseling, advice or representation. Clients and website visitors remain responsible for independently assessing their own decisions, behavior and conduct, whether actions or omissions, that may result or derive in any way from or in connection with this visiting this website and blog or any formal or informal Recovery Coaching relationship or experience with Paul C. Meidus.
Consistent with the confidentiality statement found under the “How We Work” pull-down menu of this site, Paul promises to take reasonable steps to maintain the confidentiality of information exchanged in Coaching sessions. Nevertheless, and despite such efforts, third parties outside of Paul’s control may unlawfully intercept confidential information from our Coaching sessions. Accordingly, neither Paul, nor any of his service providers can ensure or warrant the security of any information transmitted over the internet, or via text or other messaging protocols. Clients and site visitors expressly agree that such transmissions are done at their/your own risk.
4. General Nature of Site
The I.D.E.A.L. Recovery Coaching website and blog is provided and maintained as a informational and educational service to I.D.E.A.L. Coaching Clients and the general public. All information and contents of this site and blog are intended to be informational and educational only.
Due to the generality and breadth of the information and contents of this site and blog, such information and content may not apply to any person’s specific circumstances. Clients and visitors are encouraged, and agree, to independently evaluate and verify information taken from the site and blog and should refrain from taking any specific action(s) based on information or content obtained from the this site and blog without appropriate consideration.
Paul C. Meidus is a Certified Life Coach under the program of certification offered by the Coach Training Alliance (CTA). The Certified Coach Program is certified as 60 hours of Approved Coach Specific Training Hours by the International Coach Federation (ICF). The full program spans 75 hours of total training which includes the business and marketing components of a successful practice.
For more information about the Coach Training Alliance’s Coaching Certification Program, see http://www.coachtrainingalliance.com/programs/ccp.php. Certification through the CTA’s program does not by itself connote licensure or credentialing with any local, state or federal agency or professional accreditation organization.
6. Attorney-Client – Website & Blog Not Legal Advice/No Attorney-Client Relationship Formed or Intended.
All information, content and materials on this website and blog are provided for general informational and educational purposes only. They are not intended to constitute legal advice or to promote Paul C. Meidus’ services as an attorney.
No attorney-client relationship is formed nor should any such relationship be implied from visiting this site and blog, from receiving formal or informal Recovery or other Coaching services from Paul C. Meidus, and acting, or refraining from acting, on the basis of such information or Coaching relationship.
As a Recovery Coach, Paul will not dispense legal advice to any Coaching client under any circumstances in the course and under the guise of the Coaching relationship. No information, content or materials on this site or blog are is intended to substitute for the advice of an attorney, especially an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction.
If you require legal advice, please consult with a competent attorney licensed to practice in your jurisdiction. Statements concerning any result obtained in any litigation—for purposes of illustration or otherwise– shall not constitute a guarantee of future results.
As a general courtesy to clients and the public, Paul provides links to other web sites and professional organizations and agencies that may be of value, interest and convenience to site visitors and clients. This does not constitute an endorsement by Paul of the content, services, products or materials at such sites, nor of the professional competence of any person or persons associated with such sites, products materials and services.
It is the sole and exclusive responsibility of users to make their own informed decisions about the accuracy of the content, services, products or materials at such sites, including their privacy policies, and the application of such content, services, products or materials to their individual circumstances.
By accessing information at and through this site, each visitor expressly waives, releases and holds harmless Paul C. Meidus and IDEAL Recovery Coaching Services to the full extent permitted by law from any and all claims relating to the usage of any material or content appearing on or made available through this web site and blog.
Paul C. Meidus and IDEAL Recovery Coaching Services expressly disavow, and shall not be held liable for, any incidental or consequential damages resulting from accessing, viewing or using any information or material on this site or blog, or that of any other site or blog referenced on this site.