• There will be no hidden charges attached to our consultations/sessions. All clients have information about the cost and length of a reading prior to the beginning.

  • I will be clear about what I can and cannot do for you.

  • All sessions will be held in the strictest confidence (*Unless there is a threat of danger where the client may harm him/herself or as required by a court of law.)

  • As an interfaith non-denominational minister, it is with great respect that I welcome people from all spiritual paths, ethnic heritages, and cultures, regardless of sexual preference or personal background.

  • I will serve the best interests of my clients, without causing harm or intending to cause harm.

  • I will not attempt to predict winning lottery numbers.

  • I will not predict the timing of death.

  • I reserve the right to refuse any reading not adhering to my code of ethics.

  • I will work with you to formulate a question that empowers all clients. My goal for each client is to leave a session feeling empowered to make practical, life-affirming decisions.

  • My focus is to determine potential choices that serve as transformational, positive solutions.

  • Free Will overrides fate. You are in control of your future with the decisions you make daily. Every person should act according to his/her own conscience. You alone are responsible for your own behavior. Any decisions you make or actions you take as a result of your consultations/sessions are entirely your own responsibility.

  • I am not (nor do I imply) that I am a doctor, lawyer, accountant, or mental health professional.

  • I will not give any professional advice related to these fields or any other field in which I am not qualified.

  • Integrity.

  • Objectivity.

  • Professional competence.

  • Confidentiality.

  • Professional behavior.

  •  trustworthy, respectful, responsible, fair, caring and good citizens. You can also include values such as celebrating diversity, using green standards in the workplace, or dress codes.

  • (I) responsibility to persons served professionally and to research participants, both human and animal; (II) responsibility for one's professional competence; (III) responsibility to the public; and (IV) responsibility for professional relationships. Individuals shall honor and abide by these Principles as affirmative obligations under all conditions of applicable professional activity. Rules of Ethics are specific statements of minimally acceptable as well as unacceptable professional conduct.