Code of Ethics

As a registered member of the Society of Ortho-Bionomy International® I agree to uphold the highest standards of professional behavior, guided by the Code of Ethics stated below.

  1. The philosophy and concepts of Ortho-Bionomy shall be the guiding principles in my work with clients.

  2. I will at all times render the highest quality of services possible for the well being and benefit of my client.

  3. I will only offer skills or services in which I have specifically been trained. For issues that fall beyond the scope of my practice, I will refer clients to other qualified professionals.

  4. To protect the privacy of my clients, I will keep all communications, clients’ records and client identity confidential.

  5. Recognizing the vulnerability of the client in a therapeutic relationship, I will maintain the highest standard of professional conduct. I will show regard for common legal, moral and ethical standards.

  6. To preserve the integrity of Ortho-Bionomy, I will make a clear distinction between Ortho-Bionomy and other modalities that I use.

  7. I will bring to the notice of the Society any action of another member that appears to be ethically inappropriate or contrary to standards set by the Society.

  8. I will use all Society trademarks only in accordance with the current established guidelines. Failure to follow guidelines will lead to suspension of said trademark use.

  9. I will endeavor to improve my technical skills and professional standards through continuing educational training.

  10. I will uphold professional relationships, never slandering a member of the Ortho-Bionomy community or the allied professional community.

  11. Anyone in my employment will abide by the policies and trademark regulations set by the society of Ortho-Bionomy.

  12. I will display a copy of this Code of Ethics in my work area where it is clearly visible.

  13. I understand that transgression of the Codes of Ethics may result in the surrender of my membership. 


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