Interpersonal Ecology :
Membership in the International Neuro-Linguistic Programming
Federation (hereinafter "INLPF") commits its members to
adherence to the INLPF Code of Ethics and to the standards
used to implement it.
members will respect the dignity and worth of each individual.
They will show respect for the integrity of others by
responding to each person's unique resources and by
appropriately recognizing and responding to the differences
Personal Accountability :
INLPF members shall provide only those services for which they
are qualified by education, training, or experience. Should a
member recognize any personal limitations or problems that
might interfere with providing service to others, they shall
seek advice and counsel from one who is qualified to give it.
Members shall seek to promote integrity in the study,
teaching, practice and development of NLP.
members will make every effort to continue to expand the
limits of their own models of the world, and to increase their
competence through new learning.
Respect for Other Professions
members will sufficiently understand the competencies of
related fields to make appropriate referrals to other
members will show respect for professionals in related fields
by learning and acknowledging their customary procedures when
interacting with them.
Public Representation of NLP
When providing services, INLPF members shall present the
nature and purpose of their approach in language that can be
understood and evaluated by other people. They will openly and
freely represent the nature of outcomes and techniques used in
providing such services. Should it become reasonably clear
that the services provided by a member are not benefiting the
recipient; the member shall terminate those services.
Statements made by
members to the public will provide balanced representations of
the NLP model and its limits. Such statements will be aimed to
inform the public about NLP and to assist the public in making
informed decisions and choices.
Familiarity with the Code of Ethics :
Members shall familiarize themselves with this Code of Ethics
and its application to their work.
Improper Complaints :
Members shall not file or encourage the filing of ethics
complaints that are frivolous and are intended to harm the
respondent rather than to protect the public.