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Disclaimer

Disclaimer

We highly respect the work of conventional healthcare providers, physicians and specialists! In no way do we want to suggest that our help is a substitute for the treatment, diagnosis, advice or medication provided by them. Our work is not a replacement for regular care, but a supplement to it.

We do not provide medicines, supplements, herbs or substances; we only offer energetic work to promote well-being and the healing process. Insights that may come from a healing are not a medical diagnosis; therefore treat insights critically: always check whether it applies to your situation.

We would like to emphasize to everyone to always consult your general practitioner or treating specialist in addition to our healings, and for any complaint whatsoever.

This Website is Informative

All information provided on this website, including information related to medical issues, health conditions, treatments and products, is for informational purposes only. This information is not intended to replace the advice of your own physician or specialist.

Guarantees and Liability

Every person is unique and that is why we make no guarantees about how well a healing session will work. The healing is intended to promote natural healing processes, emotional and mental processing processes, which can lead to fully or partially symptom-free recovery, but unfortunately there are no real guarantees in this.

As a recipient you are free to block the healing and it may happen that a private situation, inner development or other circumstance requires attention first. You always have the freedom and choice of how quickly you proceed. Healing in Practice can therefore not be held liable for whether or not the desired result is achieved and any consequences thereof.

Dutch Law

While this site is multilingual, its original Dutch version is the intented version. The translation is here for your service; no rights can be claimed from any mistranslation or outdated version.

While we avoid the use of the word “therapist” and replace it with “practitioner”, it may have slipped through. This site follows the Dutch definition of a therapist, which is an unprotected term in The Netherlands, and means: a practioner that uses a method with the aim of improving someones life, without referring nor implying talk-therapy, psychotherapy nor any other legally protected title that would require a license.

Complaints Handling

If you have a complaint about a treatment you have received, we are very sorry. Nevertheless, we would very much appreciate it if you would let us know.

We will then look together at how your complaint can be resolved. If we are unable to resolve the matter together, the next step is to apply to the NIBIG [in Dutch] for (free) mediation by an independent complaints officer.