Due to the Coronavirus pandemic I am unable to take on any new clients at this time.
As a registered practitioner, I adhere to, and am bound by, the Codes of Conduct, Performance & Ethics of my professional organisations, an example of which states that:
CC-S1. You must always act in the best interests of your clients and service users
You are personally responsible for making sure that you promote and protect the best interests of the people you care for at all times and do not do anything, or allow anything to be done, that you have good reason to believe will put the health and/or safety of a client in danger. This includes both your own actions and those of other practitioners and/or health and social care professionals. […]
Association for Solution Focused Hypnotherapy (AfSFH) Code of Conduct, Performance & Ethics (V2.1-06-11-2019)
I am closely following the evolving COVID-19 regulations from government and my professional organisations and governing bodies, as well as from my insurance company, some of which are included here:
As of 1st June 2020 the governments of England, Wales and Scotland have eased lockdown to varying degrees. As it stands at present, there have been no changes in any of the government regulations providing direct authority for hypnotherapists to return to in person sessions. […]
National Council for Hypnotherapy (NCH) Covid-19 guidance for members (Updated by NMC June 2nd 2020)
Following yesterday afternoon’s Government press briefing (28 May), our advice that CNHC Registrants cannot yet return to practising face to face still stands. […]
Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) Covid-19 guidance for Registrants (Updated by CNHC June 5th 2020)
Coronavirus: Which guidelines apply?
[…] We cannot insure you to work outside of your Government’s guidelines.
Coronavirus: Am I insured to work?
We cannot advise you to work outside of the Government’s social distancing policy. If you are unable to adhere to this you should not work. […]
Holistic Insurance (See: https://www.holisticinsurance.co.uk/faq/. Accessed 6th June 2020)
I am so sorry that I am unable to help you at this time and will keep you undated as and when the situation changes.