Ethical Principles and Values of Therapy at the Centre of Awareness include a commitment to:
Respecting human rights and dignity
Ensuring the integrity of practitioner-client relationships
Enhancing the quality of professional knowledge and its application
Alleviating client’s personal distress and suffering
Encouraging a sense of self that is meaningful to the client
Appreciating the variety of human experience and culture
Honouring the client’s trust placed in the therapist
Honouring the agreement and ‘pay for result’ contract: a refundable deposit if an issue has not been resolved
Respecting the client’s right to be self-governing as well as supporting their ability to be self-directing within therapy and all aspects of life
Acting in the best interests of the client based on professional assessment.
Working strictly within practitioner’s limits of competence and providing services on the basis of adequate training or experience.
Encouraging self-respect as active engagement in life-enhancing activities and relationships that are independent of relationships in therapy