All members have to follow the Code of Ethics strictly:

  • Respect and promote the healing power of natural therapy practice.
  • Never abuse your membership certificate as a professional license. The license of your practice should obtain from the local health profession license organization, such as City’s Municipal Licencing and Standard.
  • Never abuse your membership certificate as an educational diploma. The diploma should be obtained from an educational institute, school or college. Our association certify your professional qualification based on your vocational education and training, or equivalent academic skills.
  • Never abuse the membership certificate at any time, in any instance.
  • Do not diagnose, prescribe, or treat any disease or disorder unless explicitly allowed to do so by your professional license.
  • Maintain the highest standards of professional and personal conduct.
  • Accurately advertise credentials and educational background without overstating.
  • Shall not engage in unethical and unlawful acts, promise to be aware of, and abide by all provincial and local laws.
  • Provide services without discrimination by race, creed, age, gender, sexual preference, national origin, mental, emotional and physical disability, disease, and financial status, social or religious affiliation.
  • Maintain professional borderline with clients, avoiding personal relationships with them.
  • Be honest with your clients, offering the best products, services.
  • Properly keep clients’ privacy, release the information only approved by the written consent of the client.
  • Maintain accurate records and reports of services provided.
  • Assume ultimate responsibility for the actions of trainees and supervisees under his or her supervision.
  • Keep respect, fairness and integrity in relations with colleagues, students, supervisees and other professionals.
  • Refrain from engaging in or permitting harassment or illegal discrimination with other members in professional meetings, seminars, email groups or other forums.
  • Complete the annual continuing education credits through seminars, classes, online study and on-going job training to maintain advanced professional knowledge and skills.
  • Mandatory report your professional misconducts and criminal offence of provincial and local laws.
  • Consider this Code of Ethics in conjunction with the laws, regulations, and ethical standards which govern your profession and license to practice.
  • Those who break the professional Code of Ethics their membership will be revoked once approved by our discipline and complaints committee.