Category Archives: Professionalism

Healing Ethics and Relationships

This is a revised version of a previously written essay. I don’t believe that we can automatically emulate mental health or physical health professionals. I believe that model has much to teach us, but many of us don’t have the … Continue reading

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Dual Relationships: Romantic Relationships with Clients

This is a revised version of a previously written essay. Paying attention to other ethics codes and looking at the reasons why, the answer to the sex/romantic dual relationship with clients issue can be summarized with a single word: Don’t. … Continue reading

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Are We Professionals?

One of the key questions in the matter of professionalism is whether having these discussions is even necessary. Are we actually acting in a professional capacity, one where we need to be talking about a professional ethics? For many people … Continue reading

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Dual Relationships and Ethics

This is a revised version of an essay that I have previously written. As members of a profession that takes clients we frequently run into one of the pitfalls of other such professions: having more than one kind of relationship … Continue reading

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Professionalism

This is a revised and expanded version of an essay I have written previously One thing that I believe we as Spirit Workers need to be discussing in more depth is the nature of working with clients in a modern … Continue reading

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Ethics in Divination: Health

In John Michael Greer’s The Art and Practice of Geomancy one of the topics is something that has deeply concerned me in the Neopagan community for quite some time. Many diviners get asked to do divinations for health. Raven Kaldera … Continue reading

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