Article 56 Respect for knowledge, insight and experience
Psychologists must be aware of and respect the knowledge, insight and experience of the Person Involved.
Article 57 Respect for mental and physical integrity
Psychologists must respect the mental and physical integrity of the Person Involved and may not harm his or her dignity. Psychologists may not probe into the private life of the Person Involved any further than is necessary for the purpose of their Professional Activities.
Article 58 Respect for individuality and diversity
Psychologists must respect each Client’s individual characteristics and circumstances. They must recognise that their own values, standards and identity may influence their Professional Activities. Psychologists must use their best efforts to take culture and diversity into account in their Professional Activities.