Certified Professional Mentor™
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2. When an individual appears with the "BraveHearts Certified Mentor™" seal, it means that individual has completed all of the BraveHearts Mentor Training & Certification Program requirements that are prerequisite to being awarded our designation "Certified Professional Mentor™". These individuals are not employees of or affiliated with BraveHearts in any way other than having gone through our training program. As such, BraveHearts does not endorse and will not be held legally liable for their actions, business practices, or representations of their skills and abilities as non-licensed mentors.
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