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Diplomate Status and/or other membership in the International Academy of Behavioral Medicine, Counseling and Psychotherapy Inc. (“The Academy”) is not in any way intended to be, nor should it be construed as being, a substitute for any legal requirements for practicing behavioral medicine, counseling, psychotherapy, chemical dependency counseling and/or coaching that may exist within a state, province, country or any other jurisdiction. Academy Diplomates have voluntarily applied for IABMCP Diplomate Status and have fulfilled certain criteria required for the awarding of such status. However, the Academy does not in any way, implicitly or explicitly, guarantee or warranty the services or actions of any of its Diplomates/Members. Academy Diplomates/Members are at all times completely and solely responsible for their actions and for all services that they provide. The Academy assumes no responsibility or liability for any of the services provided by Academy Diplomates/Members or for any of their other actions or behaviors. Potential consumers of services offered by Academy Diplomates/Members and by all other practitioners are advised to do their own research and due diligence in selecting a practitioner. Furthermore, The Academy wishes to make it clear that the opinions and viewpoints of Academy Diplomates/Members, as well as the opinions and viewpoints of all individuals and entities accessed via any links on The Academy's website, are their own opinions/viewpoints and do not necessarily reflect those of The Academy. All information on this website is subject to change without notice and is not guaranteed with regard to its accuracy.

 

 

 
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