Charter and ethics of the Intuitive Therapist

An ethical quality charter

By becoming an ETI® Intuitive Therapist, you inherit a charter and a code of ethics offering the best possible framework to establish yourself as a professional. This is a guarantee of trust and quality for you, and also for your patients / clients.

Indeed, it is of capital importance, when accompanying others in a helping relationship profession, to remain aligned with the fundamental principles of respect for others and their free will.

The ETI® Intuitive Therapist Charter is based on a deep understanding of the human being, on the mechanism of evolution and on proven and recognized therapeutic principles. This will give you the assurance of offering your patients / clients the best possible support.

The Charter and Ethics of the Intuitive Therapist

  • The intuitive therapist acts in all benevolence and respect towards his client/patient.
  • The intuitive therapist is totally non-judgmental. He accepts without judgment the reality of his client/patient and accepts individuals as they are because he knows that each one functions on his own unconscious system and his own values.
  • The intuitive therapist listens attentively and actively to his client/patient and his objectives and does his best to answer them accurately. He never judges his client's/patient's goals or choices, even if they are different from his own.
  • The intuitive therapist is bound by professional secrecy and is committed to respecting this confidentiality and security rule. This rule extends to everything he has seen, heard or understood during his practice. He/she undertakes never to divulge the names of his/her clients/patients.
  • The intuitive therapist has no power over his client/patient and limits himself to responding to his request. He is aware of the vulnerability of his clients/patients and applies a clear attitude towards himself and his clients/patients on this point.
  • The intuitive therapist is committed to never reading the future of his client/patient because he knows that this would imprison the person in expectations and that the future being made of multiple probabilities, everything is always possible. He is also aware that everything is chosen in the present time.
  • The intuitive therapist never intrudes in the life of his client/patient, he never advises him, he simply reads the unconscious information that blocks the goals of his client/patient and helps him to unblock them with his agreement. He may, however, recommend books or films that he finds useful for the person in achieving his goals. If the intuitive therapist has specialized in Naturopathy, he can propose a vital hygiene program to his patient/client if the latter asks for it.
  • The intuitive therapist reads only in the unconscious, the memory or the informational field of his client/patient and on request of the client/patient during a paid consultation. He commits himself never to put his patient in debt by giving him free consultations.
  • The intuitive therapist sets a clear, fixed price for his or her consultations, which he or she displays on his or her website and/or in his or her office.
  • The intuitive therapist commits to never read the unconscious, the memory or the informational field of a person who has not expressly asked for it. He/she does not consult on the request of a third party.
  • The intuitive therapist works with the principles of the Law of Attraction and knows that it is more relevant not to stay too long in the position of victim and that each person can modify the reality he/she lives and take back his/her personal power. He applies this principle to his own life and invites his clients/patients to do the same.
  • The intuitive therapist's mission is to make his patient as autonomous as possible and to help him take his destiny in hand. To do this, he gives him the means to be and to feel 100% responsible for his growth process. He thus allows the individual to regain his personal power.
  • The intuitive therapist is humble and is never responsible for the evolution of individuals. His role is to trust the potential of each person, to help him reveal it and to accompany him in his process of reappropriation. He is only a therapeutic listener, a decoder, a transmutor and a catalyst.
  • The intuitive therapist respects the individual's journey, their beliefs and their own rhythms necessary for the integration of the work done in session and in workshop. In this perspective, the intuitive therapist also takes care to respect himself through his needs, imperfections and fragilities.
  • The Intuitive Therapist never diagnoses or replaces the medical profession. In this sense, he knows how to redirect his patients/clients to the latter when necessary.
  • The intuitive therapist operates with an attitude of relational transparency. He/she is willing to look problems and tensions in the face and welcome confrontation as an opportunity for growth. He/she is very open-minded.
  • The intuitive therapist commits to not using any drug, even so-called soft drugs (all plants and psychotropic mushrooms fall into this category) and works to solve this problem if necessary (occasional use is also considered problematic use). He also agrees not to consume any alcohol on a regular basis. He understands that he cannot play with fire by practicing as an intuitive therapist while continuing to use toxic substances that seriously alter his psyche, his brain, his reason, his physical body and his sensory and extra-sensory abilities.
  • The intuitive therapist is committed to constantly questioning himself, to teaching only what he experiences and lives, and to accompanying the other person to his accessible, ecological and desired point of evolution, as well as to the point of consciousness he himself has reached.
  • The intuitive therapist therefore does regular work on himself and his unconscious structures because he knows that the more free he is with his structures, the more effective he is as a practitioner. He is aware that this can be a lifetime of work. As a practitioner who respects this charter, he continues to evolve in his practice, especially in supervision groups. He commits to serious training as a practitioner.

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