We adhere to the code of ethics and conduct our practices in accordance to the highest standards of ethical practices. We pride ourselves on our integrity and professionalism, keeping up to date with the latest evidence based research and training. Client confidentiality is important to us; we respect our client’s privacy. Our team is sensitive to our client’s needs and understand that therapy may start with us, but must be carried over to your child’s home, school and social environments. Our centre has an open door policy (parents can sit in sessions), feedback is given after each session, activities and homework may be given for your child to practice at home and we may advice caregivers or teachers (with parent’s consent).
Allied health professionals are bound by the code of ethics established by AHPC and other professional boards in their respective countries. Our utmost priority is ensuring services and practices are safe, professional and appropriate to our clients.
Any client information will remain strictly confidential and will not be shared with a third party without written permission, except under the following circumstances: the therapist perceives you may hurt yourself or others, information indicate child abuse or neglect, a court order to disclose information.