Telephone consultations work similar to group meetings. You ask Hermaden questions, and Graehme relays their answers. It is relaxed and conversational in style.
Some people schedule a single appointment with a specific topic or questions in mind. Others keep on-going lists of questions, and consult with Hermaden regularly.
The cost is $75 per hour, or $40 per half hour. You can pay with Visa/Mastercard, Paypal, or check. Consultations beyond one hour are billed per quarter hour based on the 75/hr. rate.
If you live in the Chicago area, in-person appointments are available in Wheaton.
If you would like a telephone consultation but cannot afford the cost, please email Graehme with the time requested and what you feel you can afford.
After arranging a date and time, please call Graehme at the scheduled appointment time. If you have previously been to a workshop, you can pay after the phone appointment.
Please be respectful of Graehme's time and if you need to cancel, cancel in advance of the scheduled appointment time by phone, text or email. Thank you!
Our mailing address is:
The Hermaden Institute
Glen Ellyn, IL 60138-2276
Call Graehme at 630-746-9843 and leave a message.
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