At Accepted Therapy Services, we embrace values that are essential to the therapeutic relationship. Our team of therapists is committed to integrating these values into our daily practice and our personal lives. We are attentive to the sensitive nature of the therapeutic relationship and work diligently to engage in these values to serve our clients best. These values include:
Acceptance - We want our clients to experience unconditional acceptance. It is important for our clients to know that they can communicate their innermost thoughts, feelings, and experiences without fear of judgment or rejection.
Safety - At Accepted Therapy Services, we work hard to create an environment that feels safe for our clients. We know that emotional safety and physical safety are crucial for our clients to express vulnerability and feel supported.
Genuineness - Our therapists believe it is important to practice authenticity. It is important for our therapists to be sincere, open, and honest. In doing so, our Therapists operate in accordance with each of our individual personalities, values, educational backgrounds, skill levels, and areas of expertise.
Integrity - At Accepted Therapy Services, we value integrity in all of our operations, including the therapeutic process, client communications, billing, insurance, and other areas that demand professional responsibility. Our therapists are committed to providing services in a way that is honest, ethical, consistent, and transparent.
Growth - It is our hope that through the therapy process, our clients gain insights that promote personal growth. It is also important that our therapists continue to grow personally and professionally. Our therapists actively seek to increase our professional knowledge and skills, and apply those concepts in our practice and in our personal lives.
It is important to note that as Professional Social Workers, each of our Therapists practices Social Work in accordance with the NASW Code of Ethics expressed values: Service, Social Justice, Dignity, and Worth of the Person, the Importance of Human Relationships, Integrity, and Competence. For more information on the Code of Ethics in its entirety please visit: NASW Code of Ethics