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Code of Ethics

As Kirilly is a Qualified Member of the Australian Counselling Association (ACA) she maintains the ACA Code of Conduct (http://www.theaca.net.au/documents/code_conduct.pdf).

Included in this document are both the rights and responsibilities of the counsellor and client.
Kirilly highly recommends that when receiving services for healing that you make yourself familiar with your rights and responsibilities.

People in the helping professions, such as counsellors, doctors, social workers, psychologists, dentists, art therapists, chiropractors, kinestheologists etc are trained to be professional and uphold their specific professional code of conduct.

If you feel like something is not right in the services you are receiving or that you are suffering at the hands of an un-ethical professional, contact the professional organisation they are a member of and find out your rights and if necessary, how to make a complaint.

Kirilly is a member of the (ACA) Australian Counselling Association (http://www.theaca.net.au), which is a peak professional organisation for counselors in Australia.