To begin the exploration process of whether this is the right service for you, and the right time in your life, we ask that you complete the Contact Form in the Contact section of this website, to initiate the process.
Once your Contact Form has been received, our Client Relations Manager, Tara Frag0so, will connect via e-mail and/or telephone conversation to collect some basic information and will follow-up with a customized e-mail questionnaire (three to six questions). Your completed questionnaire will be reviewed by our Chief Love Architect, and Founder, Stacie Ikka ($185 + HST). This allows us to create a Client profile for you and to assess whether there is a potential fit between you and Sitting In A Tree.
Stacie will respond to your questionnaire via e-mail within five (5) business days and will indicate whether an in-person consultation is recommended ($375 + HST).
Please note that cost of services are not discussed until the in-person consultation (and only in the form of a range and estimate) given that our services are entirely customized. In the absence of a meeting, it is potentially misleading to provide a reliable assessment of services required and associated fees.
Following the in-person consultation, you and Stacie will determine together whether it makes sense to move forward. Where that is the case, a program – in the form of a Client Service Agreement – will be prepared for you by Sitting In A Tree and e-mailed to you within five (5) business days of your meeting. Upon receipt, you will have two weeks to review the program, to get any questions you may have answered, and to arrange for payment of services. Your profile review and consultation fees will be applied to the cost of services (with a few, minor exceptions).
Please note that following an in-person consultation, if it is decided by either party that moving forward is not appropriate the consultation fee will be credited to your file and will be valid for three months from the date of the in-person consultation. The Client Service Agreement, however, will need to be revisited and, often, revised - which may affect pricing – up or down.