If you provide virtual coaching in your business, (and I believe 99.9% of all health coaches do), it’s important to know which laws you should follow so you are protected from a legal standpoint.
As time goes on, the rules and regulations governing your health coaching business keep changing so it’s important to always stay on top of what’s happening.
I often get questions from clients and in my Facebook Group, Health Coach Client Attraction, about the legalities of running a health coaching business, and I know coaches sometimes wonder what laws they should be following when all or part of their business is virtual.
That’s why, on episode 251 of The Wellness Business Podcast, we’ve invited our good friend and legal extraordinaire, Lisa Fraley, to discuss exactly what you need to know on this very important topic.
LEGAL EXPERT FOR HEALTH COACHES
Lisa Fraley is an Attorney, Legal Coach®, Speaker, #1 Best-Selling Author of Easy Legal Steps and the host of the “Legally Enlightened” podcast. As a Holistic Lawyer®, Lisa blends her legal expertise as a former health care attorney in a large corporate law firm with the care of a Health & Life Coach through IIN & CoachU. She’s helped thousands of health coaches, holistic practitioners, licensed practitioners, and online business owners protect their businesses & brands with contracts, disclaimers, trademarks and more.
WHAT LAWS TO FOLLOW WITH VIRTUAL COACHING CLIENTS
In episode 251 of The Wellness Business Podcast we’re chatting about…
- What does virtual coaching mean and what does it include, (no more crystal ball required)
- What laws should health coaches follow when their clients and program participants live around the world
- What laws do you follow if you have multiple homes and live in two different states during the year, (like I do)
Tune in to find out what you need to know about which laws to follow when you do virtual and online coaching.
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