I strictly abide by the ethical principles of psychologists and code of conduct referred by the American Psychological Association (APA).
The 5 Ethical Principles are:
I strive to protect the rights and welfare of those with whom I share professional relations. I aim to offer services which are free of biases, affiliations, and prejudices that might influence the quality of my work.
I seek to cultivate a profession and a scientific community built on trust, accountability, and ethical considerations for all individuals. I recognize my moral responsibility towards the community and aim to work towards the betterment of the community.
I do not keep the intentions to deceive or misrepresent during the conduct of my services. I strive to provide transparency and honesty in my practice.
I hold the responsibility to be fair and impartial. I am aware of my areas of competence and limitations. I aim to practice within the areas of my expertise. I strive to treat all my clients equally and impartially.
I respect the right to privacy, dignity, and confidentiality of all the individuals I am professionally associated with. I may sometimes break confidentiality or disclose information under exceptional circumstances when there is presence of threat to client or others as a consequence of psychological or emotional condition.