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Light of the Soul, Spiritual Counseling
Dennis Bolling and Christine Saulsbury
Legal Disclaimer as Required by the State of California
This Legal Disclaimer allows alternative practitioners to practice legally in the State of California. According to the California Health Freedom Act (SB577), the following information must be disclosed to you. Please retrieve the full text of SB577 from the Official California State Legislative Information website: http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/ The California Health Freedom Act was signed into law on September 23, 2002. This bill allows full practice of alternative methods by non-licensed individuals, within certain clearly defined parameters. As of January 1, 2003, alternative practitioners are allowed to practice freely in California.
Dennis Bolling and Christine Saulsbury (Practitioners) are not medical doctors or licensed physicians. Persons with psychological or physical illness that require a medical doctor should contact licensed medical practitioners.
Practitioners’ spiritual counseling services are alternative or complementary to healing arts services licensed by the State. Practitioner’s spiritual counseling services are not licensed by the State of California.
No statement by Practitioners should ever be taken by the client as a recommendation to discontinue the use of legal drugs or controlled substances prescribed by an appropriately licensed practitioner. Any third party information (such as books or articles) provided is entirely educational in nature, and it is up to the client to use his or her own independent judgment in assessing or utilizing such information.
Practitioners’ counseling services are comprised of a holistic blend of non-invasive therapeutic modalities: counseling, meditation, education, movement, sound, and somatic response. The synergy and integration of these supports clients in deeply contacting, accepting, understanding, releasing, healing, embracing, loving, evolving, and celebrating all aspects of their inner nature and outer life expression. Specifically, Practitioners’ counseling services assist individuals to create harmonized awareness and balanced growth on the spiritual, mental, emotional, energetic, and physical levels of being. For these purposes, Practitioners employ many therapeutic tools including, but not limited to: meditation techniques, communication techniques, personal and spiritual counseling, philosophical inquiry, movement, emotional journeying, somatic feedback, education, channeled guidance, energetic healing, and subjective research.
Dennis Bolling is an ordained minister (current and in good standing with the Universal Life Church of Modesto, California) with 21 years experience as a Tarot reader and spiritual counselor, and 9 years experience as an intuitive reader. Dennis has taught energy working and healing techniques for over 15 years involving techniques from a wide range of disciplines. Dennis has also taught advanced and high efficiency energy techniques, developed from his own research that merge high science with energy work.
Christine Saulsbury is an ordained minister (current and in good standing with the Universal Life Church of Modesto, California) with experience as a Tarot and intuitive reader and as a spiritual counselor. Christine has been a practicing Wiccan priestess for 19 years, with a specialty in Kitchen Witchcraft, a practice that deals with the sacredness of food. She has a degree in Philosophy from Grossmont College with extended studies in Religions.
Dennis Bolling and Christine Saulsbury both hold a deep respect for all faiths, and are well versed in the major faiths of the world, and many of the less common faiths as well.
As ordained ministers, all spiritual counseling services provided, including client information and sessions, are kept strictly confidential and fall under the auspices of spiritual counseling confidentiality protections afforded by law to clergymen and their parishioners. There are three exceptions to this confidentiality as required by law: one, if Practitioners think you are going to hurt yourself; two, if Practitioners think you are going to hurt someone else; and three, if a minor is involved and Practitioners think that someone is hurting them. If any of these incidents seems likely, Practitioners are required to take protective action, which will include calling appropriate authorities.