How to Cite and Attribute Web Pages and Blog Articles from PersonalMentoringServices.com (PMS)

Welcome to www.personalmentoringservices.com

We sincerely welcome and invite your non-commercial use, enjoyment and sharing of all PMS web pages, including our PMS Blog articles, without our express written permission, but only on the condition that copied content be copied, in-full, and cited with all copyright, contact, authorship creation and information intact.

Please note all other use is strictly prohibited and all rights are reserved. Consequently, any use by you, of any of our legally and morally protected copyrighted materials, will constitute, without reservation or exception, your full and complete acceptance, agreement and consent, in perpetuity, for you to be bound by the letter and spirit of all copyright laws, both, in the United States of America and throughout the rest of the world.


To cite our Personal Mentoring Services (PMS) website

The address of our PMS website is www.personalmentoringservices.com


To make attribution to a PMS web page or PMS Blog article, copy/paste the following copyright information below:

© 2016 Northern Illinois Counseling Associates, P.C. (NICA), Personal Mentoring Services (PMS)
Dr. Larry B. Gelman, Dr. Glenn B. Gelman. All Rights Reserved.


To link to a PMS web page or PMS Blog article from your personal website

You can link to any PMS web page or PMS Blog article. Simply copy and paste the web address from the address bar of your browser or you can right-click (PC users) the title of the page or article.


To share a PMS web page or PMS Blog article with your friends on Facebook

Sharing a PMS web page with your friends is easy. Simply copy and paste the URL onto your Facebook wall.

To share a PMS Blog article with your friends on Facebook, click on the title of the PMS Blog article you wish to share; then, click the "Share" button.


To use PMS material for academic, educational, teaching, professional, and/or corporate training purposes

If you are an instructor, teacher, professor, faculty member, professional, and/or corporate trainer who would like to use our PMS web pages and/or PMS Blog articles, we will be happy to evaluate your request.

Please Contact PMS detailing your request.   

In your email, include the following information (each time you wish to use PMS materials):

  • Name of Instructor/Authorized User:
  • Title/Position:
  • University or Business Affiliation:
  • Department:
  • Email Address:
  • Phone Number:
  • Name of Course/Seminar/Workshop:
  • Date(s)/Semester when you plan to use PMS material:
  • Estimated enrollment of attendees or students:
  • Briefly describe how you will use PMS material:

We will email you our decision whether or not our express written permission is granted.

Note: If you are a student who wishes to use PMS material in your course-related work, including papers, presentations, projects, electronic media, or for research purposes, etc., you do not need to email a request so long as you cite all usage appropriately.


To cite a PMS web page or PMS Blog article for your personal, not-for-profit, or non-commercial single use

We sincerely welcome and invite your non-commercial use, enjoyment and sharing of all PMS web pages, including our PMS Blog articles, without our express written permission, but only on the condition that copied content be copied, in-full, and cited with all copyright, contact, authorship creation and information intact.

To cite a PMS web page or PMS Blog article, follow the example below:

Glenn B. Gelman, Psy.D. "Silver Linings." Retrieved September 28, 2015, from http://www.personalmentoringservices.com/index.php/pmsblog/silver-linings.


To cite a PMS web page or PMS Blog article for your business, proprietary, or commercial use

If you plan to use any of our PMS web pages or PMS Blog articles for business, proprietary, or commercial purposes, you must contact us for written permission and pricing at:

Larry B. Gelman, Psy.D.

Personal Mentoring Services

14 Brink Street

Crystal Lake, IL 60014

Contact PMS


To cite a PMS Blog article using APA style (6th edition APA Publication Manual)

Follow the example below:

 

Gelman, L.B. (2014, July 5). Begins with the person [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://www.personalmentoringservices.com/index.php/pmsblog/begins-with-the-person


To cite a PMS Blog article using MLA (3rd edition MLA Style Manual)

Follow the example below:

 

Gelman, Larry B. “Begins With the Person.” PersonalMentoringServices.com. Personal Mentoring Services, 5 July 2014. Web. 2 Nov. 2014.*

*date you accessed the Blog article


For Further Information

Please refer to the following pages for further information:

 

PMS Blog Copyright

PMS Terms of Service

PMS Privacy Policy

PMS DMCA


If you wish to use and/or cite any PMS web page or PMS Blog article, or use any PMS materials for purposes that are not covered by the use and citation instructions, above, please Contact PMS.

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