Values in a healing practice

Winter is a time of stillness, and for gathering  and nurturing new energy for the coming seasons of growth and development.

I’ve used this time to reconsider and articulate the values which support the work I bring to you.

Compassion & Respect – I welcome you with warmth and kindness, respecting and accepting you and your unique life path, choices and heritage. In this place of acceptance you will experience the gentle unfolding of newness and change in your health and well-being.

Generosity & Joy – I care for you with an open heart, generosity of spirit, and good humour. Surrounded by joy and laughter you are rewarded with the gifts of greater ease and comfort, better health, greater awareness, and knowledge.

Empowerment & Support – I work with you at all times so that you can rediscover your inner power and healing nature. I encourage and support you in a sustained manner without judgement, and take as much care and interest in you as you require.

Professionalism – I respect each of us by following professional codes of conduct and ethical practice. I provide a healing environment and services and remedies which are safe and effective. I am dedicated to life-long learning and professional development, and bringing you the best chance of a good outcome. I respect time and resources – both yours and mine – and receive your payment for my professional service with mindful appreciation and thanks.

What do you most value in a health practitioner?  Your thoughts and opinions are important; leave a comment.

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Words & image: ©Margi Macdonald

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