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The material on Dr. Danielle J. Duperret, ND/PhD’s websites (hha-usa.com, daniellejcoaching.com...), books/e-books, CDs, articles, workshops, classes, masterminds, private and group sessions is for information purposes ONLY.

It is NOT intended to replace medical advice or to be a substitute for a physician and/or licensed psychologist. Always seek the advice of a physician or qualified health practitioner before beginning any diet and/or program.

Having stated this, I like and agree with the approach Pete Egoscue takes in his excellent book Pain Free. He urges readers to take responsibility (to become Response-Able, as I like to spell it, as in “having the ability to respond”).

This is the way he writes his disclaimer (and it’s valid for any health oriented material, workshops, classes, and private sessions as well):

“It has become obligatory for health books to carry a legal disclaimer. You’ve read them: ‘The following material is not intended as a substitute for the advice of a physician….’ And they go on to recommend that you consult a doctor before embarking on whatever program is being offered. They conclude with the author and publisher disclaiming any legal responsibility for adverse consequences. As I did in my first book, I will again urge readers who feel they need the disclaimer’s protection and counsel to close these covers and leave the pages unread. My working principle as an author and exercise therapist is that the most important consultation is the one a person has with him- or herself. Health care starts with personal responsibility. Any disclaimer that suggests otherwise does a great disservice.”

And... Results may vary from person to person.

I guarantee the very best service using current information and appropriate energy/imagery/hypnosis techniques for your situation. My training is based solely on enhancing health; it is NOT meant to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, but rather it is intended to provide information, education, and motivation that will help to you live to your best potential and guide you toward being more effective in helping yourself.