Code of Ethics

1. Confidentiality:

I will not reveal what a client tells me without his/her written approval. I will withhold all written and verbal communication with a client in confidence, except in the event of a life-threatening situation.

2. Honesty:

I will interpret a reading to the best of my ability and will honestly admit when I cannot interpret something. I will always tell the truth, but not impose information on a client that they have clearly indicated that they do not wish to know or explore further in depth.

3. Non-judgmental:

I will always provide readings with compassion and in a non-judgmental manner.

4. Expertise:

I will not give advice in areas for which I am not qualified. If the client needs a physician, psychologist, lawyer, financial advisor, accountant, or any other professional service for which I am not qualified, I will encourage him or her to seek such service from a professional in that area, and I will make appropriate referrals wherever possible.

5. Responsibility:

My goal as a Tarot reader is to allow my clients to take responsibility for their own decisions and actions, which guide their lives, and to act according to their own conscience for the greater good of all concerned.

6. Empowerment:

I will let my clients know that the future is never set in stone and thus that they have the power to change their future! I will strive to help my clients leave a reading feeling empowered to make practical, life-affirming decisions.

7. Healing:

I will allow myself to be a conduit through which Divine Spirit heals my clients’ spirit, mind, body, and environment based upon insights gained from a reading.

8. Uplifting:

I will strive to make each reading a blessing for everyone involved. I will be encouraging and try to leave my clients with a sense of renewed strength and hope. Thus, I will try to make each reading, no matter how bad it might initially appear, end on a positive, encouraging note.

9. Independence:

I will not let my clients become overly dependent upon my services, nor pressure them for return visits.

10. Professional conduct:

I reserve the right to refuse to do a reading for a question that I feel I cannot answer, or one that goes against my code of ethics.