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You are very important to me!  Your testimony to the value of my CE courses helps me fulfill my mission of building competence throughout the telehealth profession.  I will treat you fair and with respect as an affiliate, and I just ask that you do likewise.  Please read through the following affiliate agreement which will help protect the integrity of our mission and company.  Please call or email me with any questions.  

 

Best regards,

Raymond Barrett, Owner

Telehealth Certification Institute, LLC

261 South Pearl Street

Canandaigua, NY 14424

 678-723-8077 , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

 

AFFILIATE AGREEMENT

 

Please read the entire agreement and contact me with any questions.  You can print this document at any time for your own records, as this is a legal agreement between you and Telehealth Certification Institute, LLC

By turning on your affiliate program you are agreeing that you have read and understand the terms and conditions of this agreement and that you agree to be legally responsible for each and every term and condition.

 

  1. Overview

This Agreement contains the complete terms and conditions that apply to you becoming an affiliate in Telehealth Certification Institute’s Affiliate Program. The purpose of this Agreement is to allow HTML linking between your web site and the Telehealth Certification Institute web site. Please note that throughout this Agreement, "we," "us," and "our" refer to Telehealth Certification Institute, and "you," "your," and "yours" refer to the affiliate.

  1. Affiliate Obligations

2.1. To begin the enrollment process, you will register as a user on TeleMentalHealthTraining.com, log onto the site, place your curser over your name on the top right, click on “My Affiliates”, and next to “Affiliate Program Active” check “Yes”.  The fact that we auto-approve applications does not imply that we may not re-evaluate your application at a later time. We may reject your application at our sole discretion. We may cancel your application if we determine that your site is unsuitable for our Program, including if it:

2.1.1. Promotes sexually explicit materials

2.1.2. Promotes violence

2.1.3. Promotes discrimination based on race, sex, religion, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, or age

2.1.4. Promotes illegal activities

2.1.5. Incorporates any materials which infringe or assist others to infringe on any copyright, trademark or other intellectual property rights or to violate the law

2.1.7. Is otherwise in any way unlawful, harmful, threatening, defamatory, obscene, harassing, or racially, ethnically or otherwise objectionable to us in our sole discretion.

2.1.9. You may not create or design any of your websites in any manner which leads customers to believe you are TeleMentalHealthTraining.com.

2.2. You will have access to My Affiliates. Here you will be able to download HTML code that provides you links to the Telehealth Certification Institute web site.  The code allows us to accurately keep track of all guest visits from your site to ours.  You must use the HTML code that we provide for each banner, text link, or other affiliate link we provide you with.

2.3. Telehealth Certification Institute’s reserves the right, at any time, to review your placement and to require that you change the placement or use in order to comply with these guidelines provided to you.

2.4. The maintenance and the updating of your site will be your responsibility. However, we may monitor your site and let you know of any updates necessary to allow for accurate linking.

2.5. It is entirely your responsibility to follow all applicable intellectual property copyright Law.

  1. Telehealth Certification Institute’s Rights and Obligations

3.1. We have the right to monitor your site at any time, and to notify you of any changes to your site that we think ought to be made. If you do not make the changes to your site that we feel are necessary, we reserve the right to terminate your participation in the Telehealth Certification Institute’s Affiliate Program.

3.2. Telehealth Certification Institute reserves the right to terminate this Agreement and your participation in the Telehealth Certification Institute Affiliate Program immediately and without notice if you commit fraud or abuse this program. If we discover any fraud or abuse of this affiliate program, Telehealth Certification Institute shall not be liable to you for any commissions for such fraudulent sales.

3.3. This Agreement will begin upon our acceptance of your Affiliate application, and will continue unless terminated by either party.

  1. Termination

Either you or we may end this Agreement at any time simply by giving the other party written notice. Written notice can be in the form of mail, email or fax. This agreement will also be terminated immediately upon any breach of this Agreement by you. 

  1. Modification

We may modify any of the terms and conditions in this Agreement at any time, and we do so, we will notify you by email. These modifications may include, but are not limited to, changes in the payment amounts, structure, and procedure. If you do not agree to any modification you can end this Agreement. Continuing to participate in the Telehealth Certification Institute Affiliate Program following us sending you the email notification will indicate your agreement to the changes.

  1. Payment

Telehealth Certification Institute’s uses a third party to handle all of the tracking. The third party is the Hikashop.com affiliate network. We currently use PayPal.com to handle all payment.  We will make all payments upon request for payments of $10 or more.  You can view the amount owed to you by going to your “My Affiliates” page on TeleMentalHealthTraining.com.

  1. Promotion Restrictions

7.1. You are free to promote your own web sites, but naturally any promotion that mentions Telehealth Certification Institute could be perceived by the public or the press as a joint effort. You should know that certain forms of advertising are always prohibited by Telehealth Certification Institute. For example, advertising commonly referred to as "spamming" is unacceptable to us and could cause damage to our name. Other generally prohibited forms of advertising include the use of unsolicited commercial email (UCE), postings to non-commercial newsgroups and cross-posting to multiple newsgroups at once. In addition, you may not advertise in any way that effectively conceals or misrepresents your identity, your domain name, or your return email address. You may use mailings to customers to promote Telehealth Certification Institute so long as the recipient is already a customer or subscriber of your services or web site, and recipients have the option to remove themselves from future mailings. Also, you may post to newsgroups to promote Telehealth Certification Institute so long as the news group specifically welcomes commercial messages. At all times, you must clearly represent yourself and your web sites as independent from Telehealth Certification Institute. If it comes to our attention that you are spamming, we will consider that cause for immediate termination of this Agreement and your participation in the Telehealth Certification Institute Affiliate Program. Any pending balances owed to you will not be paid if your account is terminated due to such unacceptable advertising or solicitation.

  1. Grant of Licenses

8.1. We grant you the right to access our site through HTML links solely in accordance with the terms of this Agreement to the extent that you are a member in good standing of Telehealth Certification Institute’s Affiliate Program.

8.2. Both you and Telehealth Certification Institute agree not to use the other's proprietary materials in any manner that may portray the party in a negative light. Both you and Telehealth Certification Institute reserve all of its respective rights in the proprietary materials covered by this license. Other than the license granted in this Agreement, both you and Telehealth Certification Institute retains all right, title, and interest to its respective rights and no right, title, or interest is transferred to the other.

  1. Disclaimer

Telehealth Certification Institute makes no warranties of the operation of our website or services and will not be liable for the consequences of any interruptions or errors. 

  1. Representations and Warranties

You represent and warrant that this agreement has been duly and validly executed and delivered by you and constitutes your legal, valid, and binding obligation, enforceable against you in accordance with its terms.  You have the full right, power, and authority to enter into and be bound by the terms and conditions of this Agreement without the approval or consent of any other party.  And you have sufficient right, title, and interest in and to the rights granted to us in this Agreement.

  1. Limitations of Liability

Telehealth Certification Institute will not be liable to you in respect to this agreement for any indirect, incidental, consequential, special or exemplary damages, even if we have been advised of the possibility of such damages.   Telehealth Certification Institute’s cumulative lability to you related to this agreement will not exceed the total commission fees paid to you.

  1. Indemnification

You hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless Telehealth Certification Institute, and its members against any and all claims, actions, demands, liabilities, losses, damages, judgments, settlements, costs, and expenses.

  1. Miscellaneous

13.1. You agree that you are an independent contractor, and this Agreement will create any partnership, joint venture, agency, franchise, sales representative, or employment relationship between you and Telehealth Certification Institute.  

13.3. This Agreement shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of New York without regard to the conflicts of laws and principles thereof.

13.4. You may not amend or waive any provision of this Agreement unless in writing and signed by both parties.

I fully enjoyed learning the contents of this course and feel it will be extremely useful when working with veterans of our armed forces.

Marek R Moldawsky
Licensed S. Psychologist / Southwest Psychological Services, llc
Having completed the Clinical Military Counselor Certificate program, I am honored and proud to endorse this training for those interested in providing counseling services to veterans, active duty personnel, and their loved ones. The CMCC program comprehensively covers veterans and disability (i.e., psychiatric disorders and physical disability), effective counseling strategies, elements of skillful interviewing during the intake process, and cultural aspects of the military. Although the CMCC program focuses on the unique challenges faced by the three aforementioned groups, your skillset as a current and/or future practitioner will be significantly enhanced after successful completion of the training. Having reviewed other military counseling certificate programs, this is by far one of the best available!
Noel Ysasi
President – American Rehabilitation Counseling Association, United States Navy Veteran / Northern Illinois University
The CMCC course offers helpful information to better prepare counselors and clinicians to work with military personnel and veterans regardless of work setting. The information provided is relevant and considers the holistic needs of military personnel. I highly recommend this course to anyone wanting to know more about this group of individuals and professionals who wish to enhance their knowledge and understanding.
Dr. Susan Stuntzner PhD, LPC, LMHP, CRC, NCC, BC-TMH
Director of Disabiity Services / Adjunct Faculty / Southwestern Oregon Community College / University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

I first learned of the Clinical Military Counselor Certificate (CMCC) program during my first semester enrolled as a graduate student in the rehabilitation counseling program at Northern Illinois University. As a result of the training, I was able to gain further insight into the United States military culture, the impact trauma can have the service member, veteran, and family, and the methods for working with clients who face an array of challenges such as transitioning into civilian life post-military discharge. In addition, Dr. Stebnicki provides an array of resources that will undoubtedly prove useful post-graduation, but has aided me during my current graduate studies. My professors have oftentimes provided high praise in my ability to offer a deeper level of understanding on the issues discussed in class (i.e., psychosocial aspects of disability and counseling skills) and thankfully, continues to carry over in my other courses. Lastly, I was recently interviewed for practicum and internship by a highly competitive agency which has a high volume of veteran clientele, and was I accepted as a result of my CMCC certificate! Thank you Dr. Stebnicki for providing this outstanding and practical course!

Alison Murphy
Rehabilitation Counseling Graduate Student / Northern Illinois University

Excellent course. Great content and resources. Very well organized. Thank you for developing such an outstanding resource to better serve the military population.

Jenny Wagstaff
Assistant Professor / Campbell University

As a professional counselor and leader in several professional associations, the CCMC program has been a tremendous asset to my personal knowledge and skills. Dr. Stebnicki is a visionary in how to translate the unique military culture into sound, evidence-based principles that can be easily applied by counselors and other mental health providers. His passion, commitment to ethical and evidence-based practice, and engaging style makes the CCMC training and credential a must have for all mental health providers.

Eric T. Beeson, Ph.D., LPC, NCC, ACS, CRC
President Elect of the American Mental Health Counseling Association / The Family Institute at Northwestern University, Core Faculty

Dr. Stebnicki has created an excellent certification program rich with the necessary information needed to provide effective and ethical services to military-affiliated populations. The information provided moves substantially beyond the more obvious basic military cultural norms to include the subtle aspects of military culture and experience that are so important when both providing services to military populations and when educating counselors-in-training about military clinical issues.

Thomas I. Watson, EdD, LPC, NCC, CPCS
Assistant Professor – Counseling President – Military & Government Counseling Association (MGCA) – 2017-2019 / Military & Government Counseling Association (MGCA)

My name is William Herbert Butler. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in North Carolina. I have been counseling combat veterans and their families with the federal government since 2006. I have had the privilege to co-facilitate multiple presentations of the CMCC course with Mark Stebnicki over the past 3 years to counseling professionals. I am a retired United States Marine of 30 years and a 10-month tour of duty in Iraq in 2005. I believe this course is a valuable source of insight for professionals not familiar with the military community.

William Herbert Butler, LPC
Retired Marine GySgt / Vet Center Greenville, NC