Ethics, Terms & Conditions

Creating health & wellness, naturally

Healing for Humans – Ethics

Healing for Humans

Ethics

  • I work with integrity and respect for human clients and their families.
  • I make no judgement or criticism. I conduct my practice with courtesy, discretion and tact.
  • I work with an open heart and loving, caring intent.
  • All clients are treated with integrity, kindness and honesty.
  • My work is complementary to, not instead of, conventional medical treatment.
  • A comprehensive consultation will take place, and a signature of consent will be needed, before a treatment commences.
  • If the services of another complimentary practitioner are being engaged for treatment; I advise that a minimum of 48hrs be left between our treatments. Healing works on many levels, and the body needs time to absorb and adjust.
  • I abide by UK Data Protection Law as of May 2018. I keep clear and detailed records of all treatments.  These details are kept safe and secure for a period of seven years, as required by my insurers.  Clients will be asked to sign a Data Protection form, to acknowledge and agree to me safely holding this information, as required by law. 

Healing for Animals – Ethics & Terms of Practice

Healing for Animals

Ethics & Terms of Practice

  • All animals are living, breathing, sentient beings, that deserve our respect and protection from harm.
  • I work with integrity and respect for all animals and their human guardians.
  • I make no judgement or criticism.  I conduct my practice with courtesy, discretion and tact.
  • I work with an open heart and loving, caring intent.
  • All clients (human and animal) are treated with integrity, kindness and honesty.
  • My work is complementary to, not instead of, conventional veterinary treatment.
  • Prior to treating a sick or injured animal, I will seek assurance from the animal guardian that the advice of a veterinary surgeon has been sought; and that the vet is happy for healing to take place.
  • A comprehensive consultation will take place, and a signature of consent from the animal guardian will be sought before treatment can take place
  • I reserve the right to refuse hands on, close quarters treatment, should an animal or situation be deemed to be dangerous.  Distant healing will be offered instead.
  • If the services of another complimentary practitioner are being engaged for the treatment of an animal; I advise that 48hrs be left between our treatments.  Healing works on many levels, and the animal’s body needs time to absorb and adjust
  • I abide by UK Data Protection Law as of May 2018.  I keep clear and detailed records of all treaments.  These details are kept safe and secure for a period of seven years, as required by my insurers.  Clients will be asked to sign a Data Protection form, to acknowledge and agree to me safely holding this information, as required by law.

Appointments

Your first appointment will last 90 minutes, and will involve an in-depth consultation.

Treatment costs vary from £35 – £65

Pre-booked appointment blocks of 6 treatments or more, benefit from a 10% discount

Cancellation Policy

Life can get busy, and we all have to change our plans sometimes.

Whilst I understand this, please do give as much notice as possible, if you cannot make a scheduled appointment. 

Someone else could have your appointment if you no longer need it.

 

The following cancellation terms apply to all appointments:

Cancellations made on the day of appointment or failing to attend an appointment = full treatment fee will be charged

Cancellations within 24hrs of appointment = 50% treatment fee will be charged

Re-scheduling with 48hrs notice or more = free of charge

Healing for Animals – Legal Obligations

Healing for Animals

Legal Obligations

I abide by the RCVS Veterinary Act of 1966 and Exemption Order 2015.

In light of the above Act, The Royal College of Veterinary surgeons, recognizes complementary therapies for the treatment of animals, as acceptable. These treatments include: contact healing, laying-on of hands, use of radionics instruments, distant healing, thought transference or prayer.

I do not claim to diagnose, prescribe, treat, cure, or perform surgery on any animal.

The veterinary surgeon remains in charge of the case.  I will neither suggest a medical diagnosis, nor advise on any course of veterinary treatment.  I will never countermand instructions or prescriptions given by a vet. I will never advise a particular course of medical treatment.

I abide by UK Data Protection Law as of May 2018.

I keep clear and detailed records of all treatments.  These details are kept safe and secure for a period of seven years, as required by my insurers.  Clients will be asked to sign a Data Protection form, to acknowledge and agree to me holding this information, as required by law.

I am insured with Balens specialist insurance brokers.

Balens hold copies of all my qualifications.

I am a full Member of the Healing Animals Organisation (MHAO)

This is a professional qualification with extensive practical and academic training; continuous assessment and examinations.