• We request you to not promise 100% healing of illness, we do hope you understand the importance of setting realistic expectations for the client.
  • We trust that you will not give the option of offline visits to your centre or clinic in the interest of keeping it simple for the client.
  • We’re sure you understand how important it is to maintain professional behaviour while treating a client.
  • It stands to reason that you do not ask for further business, either on a related or unrelated service.
  • As you know, all references from a client should be routed through Thinkliving.
  • If at any point you feel the client should undergo any other therapy, we trust you will recommend a practitioner either from the Thinkliving network of practitioners or refer the case back to Thinkliving.
  • Do make sure you start the Online Session on time and you’re dressed well for it. As you know, first impressions count.
  • Do introduce yourself to the client and tell them a bit about how the therapy works, before starting the session.
  • Needless to say, it is important to make the client feel comfortable through the session.
  • We trust you will enquire about the client’s health challenges and lifestyle, listen to them carefully and explain your therapy and approach before starting the session.
  • For online consultations, you need a computer/laptop/smart phone/tablet with a working microphone, speaker and camera. You will also need Internet availability of minimum 1 mbps speed.
  • We will be deducting 10% TDS (Tax Deducted at Source) from your fee – this is a statutory norm laid down by the Income Tax Department. We will be providing Form 26 to you at the end of the financial year.
  • As you know, you will be responsible to pay any statutory taxes and charges as required by the Government of India and tax authorities.

2 Comments

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  2. Kirtida Shah

    I agree with everything written here.

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