11. Guidance counsellors may not refuse or cease to act on behalf of a client, without just and reasonable grounds, in particular
(1) the inability to establish or maintain a relationship of trust with their client;
(2) the client’s inability to derive benefits from the guidance counsellor’s professional services;
(3) the likelihood that maintaining the professional services may, in the guidance counsellor’s judgment, become more harmful than beneficial for the client;
(4) a real or apparent conflict of interest or in a situation in which their professional independence could be questioned;
(5) inducement by their client or a relative of the client to perform illegal acts or acts that are contrary to the provisions of this Code;
(6) non-compliance by their client with the conditions agreed on to provide services, including professional fees, and the impossibility of negotiating new conditions; and
(7) the guidance counsellor’s decision to scale down his or her practice or to put an end to the practice for personal or professional reasons.