Code of Conduct & Privacy Policy


As an accredited and licenced member of The Federation of Holistic Therapists, I adhere to the following code of conduct statement.


I will:

Always work within the law and the Data Protection Act 2018: which is the UK’s implementation of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR);

Only recommend treatments which are relevant and appropriate to you and which are within my capabilities;

Provide professional solutions within the recognised confines of my profession and shall not offer nor promise cures for specific conditions;

Refer you to other professionals where appropriate, if I am unable to help you further or, that your problem requires a solution that is out of my scope of expertise;

Always behave ethically, maintain professional confidentiality and shall refrain from criticising the work of fellow practitioners;

Respect your confidentiality and modesty;

Conduct my professional treatments with the propriety and dignity becoming of a Professional Therapist;

Maintain high standards of health & safety;

Where appropriate only apply certain treatments under the express permission of your GP or Healthcare Professional;

Upon referral from a medical practitioner or other professional, carry out the instructions given as per their explicit instruction;

Ensure you receive the very best treatment of which I am capable, irrespective of race, religion, creed or denomination;

Hold with due diligence and in confidence any medical records in a secure area that I am required to for a period of up to 6 years, which is an insurance requirement;

Inform you prior to any information marketing that may be appropriate.

You will:

Be required to provide me with information regarding your injury, illness or condition, to ensure that you receive the appropriate and most effective treatment.

You can  request in writing:

For access to your medical records held by me;

For the removal of any information I hold on your record.  However, this can be overridden in your interest if this is about a medical matter.  Any erasing of information will only be done after any issue in hand has been resolved;

For changes to be made on any inaccurate or incomplete data held in your medical record.  This will require your signature on each of the changes made.