C-26, r. 207.2.01 - Code of ethics of psychoeducators

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33. Psychoeducators must safeguard their professional independence at all times, in particular,
(1)  by ignoring any intervention by a third person that could influence their professional judgment or the performance of their professional activities to the detriment of their client;
(2)  by avoiding to use their professional relationship to obtain for themselves or a third person benefits of any nature;
(3)  by avoiding any real or apparent situation of conflict of interest, including when the interests are such that psychoeducators may tend to favour certain of them over those of their client, or where their integrity and loyalty towards the client may be unfavourably affected.
O.C. 1073-2013, s. 33.