Therapist's code of conduct

1. Respect and Dignity
Always respect the uniqueness and dignity of each client, regardless of their age, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, or other personal characteristics.
2. Safe Environment
Create a safe and supportive environment for all clients.
All information learned from clients remains completely confidential. I may disclose it to third parties only with the written consent of the person (or their legal guardian), except in those unusual cases where nondisclosure would likely put the person or others in danger.
3. Professionalism and Expertise
Work according to the rules of the RUŠ Method and do not mix it with other methods.
Always act honestly and transparently. Do not provide false or misleading information about the RUŠ Method.
Continuously educate myself, use the opportunities provided by the RUŠ Method for personal development, live according to the principles of the RUŠ Method, and maintain up-to-date knowledge in the field of the RUŠ Method.
The RUŠ Method is not psychoanalysis, nor is it any other psychological or psychotherapeutic method, and it does not replace professional medical care.
Recognize the limits of my expertise, and if necessary, recommend professional psychotherapeutic or medical help to the client.
4. Support and Effectiveness
Lead the client intensively to help them solve their problems as quickly and effectively as possible.
Encourage the client in personal growth and support them in achieving their goals and fulfilling their potential.
5. Voluntariness and Consent
Provide therapy only to those who want help and ask for it. Forcing people to participate or continue using the services is unethical, and I respect the client's right to end therapy at any time.
6. Social Norms and Responsibility
Be aware of prevailing social norms and the impact that adhering to or disrupting these norms can have on my professional practice.

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