Society Members' Bill of Rights
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I. The right to personal, spiritual and professional growth, to develop and be developed; to be silent; to express; to discover and recover.
II. The right to be accepted without being judged and be vulnerable in an atmosphere of support.
III. The right to privacy and the ability to share with confidence the proprietary information of those we serve will be protected.
IV. The right to be unique and to be or become all we can be through mutual support and individual commitment.
V. The right to participate in special projects with other members and develop alliances or special interest groups that grow out of The Society experience.Copyright © 2003 The Society. Email Us. Return to Top. Who are we?. For Members