Code of Professional Ethics
As a Biofeedback Therapist, Suzanne is legally qualified to train people with a biofeedback device to relax and re-educate their muscles. Research has shown that biofeedback has been effective in helping people lower blood pressure, reduce their hypertension and manage their stress and pain.
As a Biofeedback Therapist, Suzanne may use any form of relaxation, meditation, contemplation or visualization with my clients. I may use any means to help my client focus their attention including software or hardware to capture their attention, focus their minds and deepen their concentration.
As a Nutritional Counselor, Suzanne may recommend homeopathic, dietary and nutritional supplements that will be supportive to the clients’ body and well being.
As a Naturopath, Suzanne may recommend natural avenues to enhance her clients’ wellbeing including: clean air, clean water, homeopathic, herbal and nutritional supplements.
A Biofeedback Therapist is not qualified to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any medical disease, disorder or condition. However, a Naturopath is qualified to assist the body in its own capability to self heal by using natural recommendations.
Suzanne will offer her services without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, age, gender, sexual preference, national origin, mental, emotional and/or physical disability, disease, and financial status, social or religious affiliation.
Suzanne will take all reasonable precautions to avoid harm to clients, always demonstrating a concern for the rights, safety, health, welfare, culture and dignity of recipients.
Suzanne will provide recipients of services with access to office policies and their own complete record information. Clients are to have the freedom to terminate participation any time that he/she chooses.
Suzanne will maintain a professional, goal-related relationship with recipients, other professionals and friends which could interfere with her objective professional judgment.
Suzanne will protect the confidentiality of information gained from her clinical practice unless this knowledge deems an innocent third party to be at risk of being harmed.
Suzanne will hold the Code of Ethics of her profession as her high standard of behavior.
Suzanne will only make claims that are supported by published scientific evidence.