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Code of Ethics for Students of Jin Shin Jyutsu
- Students will remember at all times that their position is one of trust and care and need to maintain the highest standards of conduct and integrity.
- Students will practice ethically, with high motives and ideals.
- Students will conduct themselves with respect and dignity, always mindful of the rights and sensibilities of others.
- Students may not engage in illegal, immoral or improper conduct with a client, nor encourage such behavior.
- Students will respect the ethical, religious and political beliefs of others.
- Students will recognize the need for continuing professional and educational development-periodic attendance of Jin Shin Jyutsu, Inc. seminars is recommended.
- Students may not belittle colleagues, and will uphold the honor and reputation of the profession at all times.
- Students may not attend a client while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or while sick with a communicable disease.
- Students will dress in a professional manner, proper dress being defined as attire suitable and consistent with accepted professional practice in the locale where they conduct their professional activities.
- Students will use materials consistent with Mary Burmeister's views, ideas and philosophies concerning the Art of Jin Shin Jyutsu Physio-Philosophy.
- Students will put the health and well being of their clients first.
- Students will not give "guarantees" regarding sessions.
- Fees charged will be ethical and fair.
- Students will not knowingly interfere with any ongoing therapy being received by the client.
- Students may not treat a child, without the consent of a parent or legal guardian.
- Students will endeavor to protect a client's confidences, unless a legal duty of disclosure removes confidentiality in a particular case.
- Advertising will be ethical, and exaggerated claims are prohibited.
- Statements to clients should be made in a spirit of caring and truthfulness.
- Cases that do not improve or that are outside the practitioner's jurisdiction will be referred for expert medical attention. Students may not act as primary care physicians.
- Students will practice legally, observing all applicable local, state and national laws and licensing regulations.
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