Ethical Code

Code of Ethics
Dr Nicola Davies strictly adheres to the following code of ethics:

  1. Clients’ interests are put first.
  2. Client confidentiality is respected.
  3. Services are supplied with trust and honesty.
  4. Work is carried out independently and objectively.
  5. Informed and experienced judgments are made.
  6. Time is accounted for accurately and honestly.
  7. Any conflicts of interest will be disclosed.
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    Deadlines will be adhered to, unless unforeseen circumstances arise. In the case of unforeseen circumstances, reconciliation will be provided.

  9. Expertise will be maintained via continued professional development.
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    Dr Davies abides by the British Psychological Society (BPS) Code of Conduct.

  11. All journalistic work complies with the National Union of Journalists Code of Conduct.
  12. Any counselling work is conducted in accordance with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy Ethical Framework