Q: How much does the program cost?

A: Our Workplace Conflict and Bullying Program is priced at AU$47 per month (including GST), offering you access to comprehensive resources and expert guidance at an affordable rate.

Q: Can I cancel my membership at any time?

A: Yes, absolutely! We offer a cancel-anytime policy with no lock-in contracts or hidden obligations. Your satisfaction and flexibility are our priorities.

Q: What happens if I’m not satisfied with the program?

A: We offer an unconditional money back refund on your first month and a cancel anytime policy after that first month.  We are committed to providing you with valuable resources and support. Your membership is designed to empower you to navigate workplace challenges effectively, and we’re here to assist you every step of the way. You are welcome and invited to offer critical and constructive feedback to us at anytime. We value such feedback and will go out of our way to engage, respond and adapt as needed.

Q: Is this membership only relevant for people experiencing workplace conflict and bullying?

A: While the program is primarily designed to address issues related to workplace conflict and bullying, the concepts, strategies, and ideas presented are applicable to a wide range of situations. These can include personal life, general relationships, and other areas where conflict and communication challenges may arise.

Q: How often are new resources and content added to the program?

A: We strive to provide you with fresh and relevant content on a regular basis. We usually have new resources added weekly, but every month you will get extra video recordings and our Q&A sessions to ensure that you have access to the latest insights and strategies.

Q: Are there any prerequisites or qualifications required to join the program?

A: Only one! Our program is open to individuals from all backgrounds and industries who are experiencing or have experienced workplace conflict and bullying. Our goal is to provide you with the support and resources you need to help you in your professional environment. The Australian (AHPRA) Code of Conduct prohibits Lindsay’s existing or recent (within 6 months) clients from engaging in a program with Lindsay such as the Workplace Conflict and Bullying program.

Q: How much time should I dedicate to the program each week?

A: The beauty of our self-paced learning platform is that you can engage with the content at your own convenience. Whether you have a few minutes or a few hours to spare, you can access the resources and materials whenever it suits you best.

Q: Will I have access to personalised support from the presenter?

A: While we don’t offer one-on-one support, you’ll have access to recorded Q&A sessions where you can submit your questions and receive valuable insights and guidance from the presenter.

Q: How do I access the program materials?

A: Once you sign up for the program, you’ll receive login credentials to our online platform, where you can access the weekly video recordings as they are released. The growing library of other downloadable resources, and recorded Q&A sessions, are available to you at anytime. It’s simple, convenient, and accessible 24/7.

Q: Can I share my program access with others?

A: Your membership is intended for individual use only and should not be shared with others. Each member receives personalised login credentials and access to exclusive resources tailored to their needs.

Q: How long does my membership last?

A: Your membership remains active as long as you choose to continue your monthly subscription. There are no time limits or expiration dates – it’s entirely up to you how long you’d like to benefit from our resources and support. Once you cancel, you have access to the content until the end of the period you have paid for.

Q: Is the presenter a psychologist providing psychological advice?

A: While the presenter has extensive experience in private psychological practice, it’s important to clarify that the content of our membership program does not constitute individual psychological or health advice. The program offers educational resources and practical strategies for addressing workplace conflict and bullying, but individual psychological needs should be addressed by a licensed professional offering individual services.