NLP disclosure form from East Bay NLP Cafe
Summary: A disclosure form intended to comply with California's 2002 alternative health care law, which provides legal protection for practitioners of alternative health care.
At the January 2004 meeting, the group discussed and then drafted disclosure forms to meet the requirements of the new California alternative health care law, SB577. (Read the full text of the law.)
Note: SB577 applies to physical and mental health care. If you do business NLP in group settings, you are probably legal — but if you do a reimprinting on an individual there, you might be liable under the new law unless you have the client sign a disclosure. (We're not lawyers, and we don't know.)
Since a lot of people's eyes glaze over when presented with an intimidating legal form, the group decided to create the shortest, simplest version that would meet the legal requirements. Here it is:
Individual NLPers provide very different services, depending on their focus and training. Insert here a short, nominalized description of (a) the nature of the services you provide, and (b) the theory of treatment on which your services are based. The latter could be something as nominalized as "NLP uses the way the mind and body naturally work to help people get the changes they want." (We're not lawyers and this isn't legal advice. If you have any questions or concerns, check with a lawyer.)
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