3.03.03. Unless a social worker has sound and reasonable grounds to the contrary, he may not cease to render services to a client. The following are considered sound and reasonable grounds:
(a) loss of a client’s confidence;
(b) if the social worker’s services are no longer beneficial to a client;
(c) if a social worker is in a situation of conflict that jeopardizes his relationship with his client;
(d) if a social worker is incited by a client to perform illegal, unfair or fraudulent acts.