1. The therapist must: treat all their customers with respect, be honest and consistent in dealing with them, keep all her promises and commitments , both verbal and written. 2. The therapist keeps all personal client information obtained during therapy sessions confidential. In contact with the client therapist expresses her opinions and assessment in a manner indicating concern for the feelings and needs of the customer . 3. The therapist recognizes the right of her customers to work, consult and get advice from other therapists. 4. The therapist treats all its customers in the course of individual sessions or group fairly, regardless of gender, origin, potential, color, sexual orientation, religion, political belief, position the socio - economic. 5. The therapist encourages the personal development of the client and his responsibility for your life, behavior and decisions. 6. The therapist, using his experience and professionalism, apply the appropriate therapies tailored to the needs of the customer so that the customer has reached the maximum therapeutic benefit. The therapist sets to customers such tasks that are right for them both achievable and motivating. 7. Fully aware of his situation to the client, the therapist avoids contact with the client during any intimate relationship. 8. The therapist always tries to act in an exemplary manner, setting himself the highest requirements regarding ethical behavior standards, both in the workplace and in private life. 9. The therapist does not use the position of the therapist to achieve their personal goals. The therapist does not treat a customer with contempt and does not use it to increase their self-esteem. 10. The therapist is open to the opinions of others and willing to continuously learn and develop their knowledge and skills. The therapist is constantly expanding and improving their knowledge and skills in the context of courses, workshops and conferences. The therapist clearly and openly inform customers about their competence, skills and experience.