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Code of Ethics

THE ATA CODE OF ETHICS

I will serve the best interests of my clients, conducting my professional activities without causing or intending to cause harm.
I will treat all my clients with equal respect, regardless of their origin, race, religion, gender, age, or sexual preference.
I will represent honestly my Tarot qualifications, including educational credentials, levels of certification and experience.
I will keep confidential the names of clients and all information shared or discussed during readings, unless otherwise requested by the client or required by a court of law.
I will recommend clients consult a licensed professional for advice of a legal, financial, medical, or psychological nature that I am not qualified to provide. If trained in one of these areas, I will clearly differentiate between the tarot reading and any professional advice additionally provided.
I will respect my clients’ right to refuse or terminate their reading at any time, regardless of prior consent.
I recognize that all ATA members have the same rights and obligations, and I will always respect and honor my co-members.

As a member of the ATA, as well as the human race, I proudly post this code of ethics, as a way to live and a way to effectively write about and read tarot cards. As stated before, I am a member of the ATA, and working toward tarot reading certification. I am not a lawyer, psychologist, doctor, or any other type of professional. Any mention of these topics shall be in a general manner, and anyone with questions on such topics will be guided to find the right professional to help them. I will also never reveal the names of any of my clients publicly, and will only mention my insights about the cards and their situation in a general manner. All are welcome here, and any comments which are derogatory against fellow human beings shall be deleted. Thank you for your cooperation, and for reading through the legalities!

-Kim

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