Evidence-based counselling must have high standards of practice and ethics in order to safeguard the public from harm. These ethical standards must then be adhered to and upheld in order to advance the professions of psychology & counselling and to maintain accountability for ethical conduct by professionals.
Clients have certain rights when engaging in private, professional counselling that must be upheld and safeguarded by accredited therapists.
All Life Supports-accredited therapists adhere to their specific regulatory bodies’ codes of ethics for professional practice. These codes allow rights for clients as well as conduct guidance for professionals in these settings. The regulatory bodies to whom Life Supports accredited therapists adhere to are individual according to their professional qualifications and memberships. You can read them here:
As an integrated network of many professions, Life Supports support and adhere to the regulation of these codes of ethics by their specific regulatory bodies.
Life Supports maintain high standards of conduct in order to promote a culture of fair, respectful and ethical behaviour. All clients engaging with Life Supports professionals have rights to safety, respect and ethical conduct while engaging in counselling.
Clients have the right to: