Methode Phoenix Capacity®

Ethical Charter

This ethical charter is intended to be the common foundation of all MPC - Phoenix Capacity® Method practitioners. It defines the ethical and deontological standards that MPC® practitioners respect towards the public, their consultants and the accompanying profession.

Art 1

In his practice of the MPC® method, the practitioner respects and affirms equality between people. He respects their originality and their dignity as well as personal, private and family life of the person accompanied.

Art 2

In his practice of the method, the MPC® practitioner respects and does his best to protect the physical and mental integrity of the people who come to consult him.

Art 3

The MPC® practitioner, aware of his position, refrains from exercising any abuse of influence. He behaves with loyalty towards the client whose trust he has accepted.

Art 4

The MPC® practitioner respects the confidentiality of the information obtained during his support, whether individual or group, unless expressly authorized by the consultant, or in the presence of an obvious and imminent danger for his client, a third party person, or legal obligation.

Art 5

The MPC® practitioner does not mention the identity of his clients and does not disclose any information allowing them to be recognized, unless he has obtained their formal authorization. He can then use this information for educational, research, communication or supervisory purposes between colleagues.

Art 6

In his practice, the MPC® practitioner does not replace health professionals, does not make a diagnosis, does not give medical prescriptions and does not interfere with current medical treatments.

Art 7

The MPC® practitioner respects the limits of his skills and directs his clients to another professional when the former requires treatment or therapeutic assistance not falling within his competence.

Art 8

The MPC® practitioner does not pass any value judgment or personal opinion regarding situations or people cited by the client and entering into the context and the framework of the session.

Art 9

The MPC® practitioner adapts his intervention in accordance with the stages of progression of the client, to whom he recognizes the right to stop the process at any time, without having to justify it.

Art 10

The MPC® practitioner is attentive to the meaning and effects of the location and the device adopted for the support session.

Art 11

The MPC® practitioner regularly updates their knowledge and skills in order to meet the expectations of their customers and the evolution of the practice of the MPC® method.

Art 12

The MPC® practitioner maintains his professional ethics when he acts on behalf of a company or an organization funding his intervention.

Art 13

The MPC® practitioner can refuse support with the MPC® method for reasons specific to the request, the requester, the organization, or himself. In this case, he may indicate one of his colleagues.

Art 14

The MPC® practitioner maintains brotherly relationships of respect and courtesy, honesty and good faith, with other MPC® practitioners.

Art 15

The MPC® method is also a method of personal development. The practitioner therefore leaves the client complete freedom and responsibility for his decisions and actions.

Art 16

The MPC® practitioner has an offer of loyal, clear and understandable service. This offer defines the terms support, the objectives and the limits of support for the MPC® method.

Art 17

The MPC® practitioner does not disseminate information that could mislead the public or the media or harm the image of the MPC® practice or method. He honestly presents the method to his clients, without making any promise of results.

Art 18

The MPC® practitioner is attentive to any conflict of interest that may arise between him and his client and affect the smooth running of the support. He ensures that his own interests do not in any way influence the development thereof. If a problem of this type or a conflict of interest arises, he directs the person to another professional.

Art 19

The MPC® practitioner can use their right of rectification with the media in order to contribute seriously to the information communicated to the public on the MPC® method.

Art 20

The MPC® practitioner undertakes to respect the current legislation.

Art 21

The MPC® practitioner refrains from any religious or ideological propaganda or proselytism.