Code of Ethics for Mediums:

  • Do no harm; do right, Mediums must work for the highest good and empowerment of all concerned; they must do no harm.

  • Mediums must not advocate or express hatred or discrimination towards other people or classes for any reason.

  • Mediums must represent themselves, their qualifications, fees, and advertising truthfully, and must gain informed consent before practicing on clients.

  • Mediums must not embarrass clients or colleagues in public. Personal information about their relationships, business matters and personal information must be done in private.

  • Client confidentiality, Mediums must preserve client confidentiality under all circumstances unless otherwise required by law.

  • Professional integrity, Mediums must maintain the highest standards of professionalism and personal conduct in the metaphysical field, and never exploit, control, manipulate, or mistreat clients, colleagues, or anyone else; nor misrepresent research data.

  • In every session, strive to provide clients with the highest and greatest truths, the most helpful and loving guidance, and best connections with Spirit for the greatest good and healing of all beings.

  • As we work under the guidance of Spirit, we will never tell you  something negative or threatening without guidance to heal with you there and then or refer you immediately to someone who can assist you further. All of which will be done in private.

  • I choose not to provide readings for minors unless a parent or legal guardian.

  • If or before the start of a reading or of a mentoring session, I feel that I won't be able to help you, I will refund your money and refer you to to meet with a trusted practitioner.

IMPA - Member Integrity Oath:

“I  Rev Dr, Vito LaNave make this oath freely and upon my honor that as a member of the International Metaphysical Practitioners Association, I solemnly pledge to uphold the IMPA Code of Ethics in both letter and spirit, as well as maintain the highest standards of professional integrity and dignity in the metaphysical arts including honesty, respect, responsibility, and ethical conduct in the spirit of Do No Harm for the highest good and empowerment of all concerned.”

IMPA - Code of ethics abbreviated version:

1. Do no harm; do right - members must work for the highest good and empowerment of all concerned; they must do no harm.

2. Non-discrimination - members must not advocate or express hatred or discrimination towards other people or classes for any reason.

3. Disclosure and informed consent - members must represent themselves, their qualifications, fees, and advertising truthfully, and must gain informed consent before practicing on clients.

4. Client confidentiality - members must preserve client confidentiality under all circumstances unless otherwise required by law.

5. Professional integrity - members must maintain the highest standards of professional and personal conduct in the metaphysical field, and never exploit, control, manipulate, or mistreat clients, colleagues, or anyone else; nor misrepresent research data.

6. Professional discretion - members must practice with full presence of mind, never practice beyond the scope of their training, qualifications, and abilities; uphold the right to refuse or refer a client if necessary; and never diagnose or prescribe unless legally licensed.

7. Professional presentation - members must maintain a professional and orderly appearance of both their person and their practice.

8. Professional boundaries - members must maintain professional boundaries with clients; and avoid conflicts of interest, over-familiarity, and sexual harassment.

9. Legal conformity and insurance - members must comply with all state and federal laws, and maintain Professional Liability Insurance where available for their practice.

10. Record keeping - members must maintain clear, honest, and factual client records for a minimum of seven years.

11. Continuing education and contributions to the field - members must maintain a positive attitude toward life-long learning, and are encouraged to contribute to the field and to humanity, each in their own unique way.

12. Metaphysical teachers and educational organizations - members who teach and IMPA accredited Organizations must teach with professionalism, integrity, insight, and respect for the higher good and benefit of their students.