Code of Ethics and Practice
Code of Ethics

Practitioners will never claim to cure a person or animal or offer any guarantees.

Practitioners will work with dignity.

Practitioners will never demean clients.

Practitioners will ensure a client’s confidentiality at all times. 

Practitioners will respect the trust placed in them by clients and other healers. And shall, under no circumstance, abuse their position by taking advantage for personal, professional, financial, political or sexual gain.

Practitioners will respect the methods used by other healers, with the understanding that healing comes from the Divine Source in many different forms.

Practitioners will attend to their own physical and emotional wellbeing, aiming to stay healthy and present a good image to clients.

Practitioners will respect other healers while they are working with their clients and not encroach on their working space unless/ until asked to do so by the supervising healer.

Spiritual Healing Code of Practice

In order to keep within the law and to serve the highest principles of spiritual healing, some basic points must be brought to the attention of those wishing to channel healing energy.

The dignity of spiritual healing is best and upheld by making no promises in advance to any client and avoiding any act, or speaking any words which cannot be supported by what we know in spiritual or psychic science. While we hold that anything is possible in spiritual healing, we may do no more than offer to help clients with a positive attitude which will encourage them to have confidence in what is being offered. Claims to cure can never be made.

Any diagnosis a healer may make must not be communicated to the client. It is not for the healer to diagnose. Troubled areas may be mentioned but diagnosis must be left to medical practitioners, whom the healer may suggest the client visit. Any clients already receiving medical treatment must not be discouraged from continuing such treatment. Spiritual healing works in conjunction with any form of treatment and a healer should always aim to cooperate with a client’s doctor or with the medical profession when possible.

Should a healer be asked for advice concerning operative treatment, the healer should be careful not to give such advice but leave the discussion to the client and their medical advisor.

Confidences shared between client and healer, or between relatives of the client and a healer, must remain strictly confidential. If serious illness is suspected, this should not be communicated to the client, relative or friends.

Clients should be encouraged to persevere with healing for best results: healing is seldom instantaneous but rather takes time and patience.

When visiting a person to give healing it is advisable to take a companion, preferably another healer. A third party should always be present when healing in a stranger’s home.

Clients must not be asked to remove their clothes, except for overcoats or shoes.

Practitioners will respect the trust placed in them by clients and other healers and shall, under no circumstances, abuse their position by taking advantage for personal, professional, financial, political or sexual gain. Client permission must be sought before a healer places their hands a short distance from the clients body, or alternatively, may use the clients hand underneath theirs.

Practitioners will explain the healing procedure to the client and ensure that the client both understands and is comfortable with the process.

Healers should pay particular attention to personal hygiene.