Agreement for Wellness Services

Sally Smith, D.PSc, is a pastoral health and wellness provider, licensed in such capacity by the Pastoral Medical Association (PMA) and is required to provide certain disclosures to you and before providing services and to have on-file an agreement for services that provides clear and specific terms and conditions of the relationship. This Agreement below meets these requirements.

In this Agreement, Sally Smith is referred to as “Practitioner”, you are referred to as “Client”, the term “Party” refers to an indicated party to the Agreement, and the term “Parties” refers to Practitioner and you jointly.

Please read this Agreement carefully and indicate your acceptance of its terms by completing the form on the right. You will be emailed a copy of this signed agreement.

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And there has been no shortage of efforts. From school-based efforts that despite absolutely increasing school-based activity levels didn’t lead to increased overall activity levels (as kids more active at school were found to be less active out of school), to the regular publication of national guidelines (more…)