We adhere to the ethical guidelines and practices as defined by the International Coach Federation (ICF) and the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology (ACEP).
As professional Coaches and Energy Practitioners, we commit to:
- Actively listen to what you say and don’t say; you are the focus; it’s your agenda.
- Support the actions you need to take to achieve extraordinary results.
- Provide constructive feedback.
- Share advice, ideas and observations.
- Give you freedom to express your ideas in a risk-free environment.
- Celebrate your successes.
International Coach Federation (ICF)
Founded in 1995, the ICF's core purpose is to advance the art, science, and practice of professional coaching. As the leading global coaching organization, the ICF is working toward this goal by setting high standards, providing independent certification, and building a worldwide network of credentialed coaches. Compliance with its Code of Ethics is an obligation of ICF membership and retention of certification.
To further explore the ICF Code of Ethics, including Definition of Coaching, Ethical Conduct, Professional Conduct, visit:
Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology (ACEP)
ACEP is a self-governing association that desires to inform and educate its members about the ethical practice of energy psychology. Compliance with its Code of Ethics is an obligation of ACEP membership. The Code of Ethics is designed to ensure that the evolving multidisciplinary practice of energy psychology is guided by appropriate ethical boundaries and follows the standards of care that will cause no physical or emotional harm to clients/patients. As an international organization with members from a growing number of countries with standards of practice that may vary between nationalities and cultures, ACEP seeks to accommodate a wide range of needs. This Code of Ethics is intended to complement and not supersede the authority of licensing boards that govern members under their jurisdiction.
To further explore the ACEP Code of Ethics, including Standards of Care, Standards of Professional Practice, and Resolution of Practice Dilemmas, visit: http://energypsych.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=