Joseph Stephenson’s Suggestions
For administering and teaching Creative Healing
- Perform Creative Healing only to benefit someone who asks for help, not just to show off your ability, nor for promise of reward.
- Never work on anyone against their will.
- The only way to truly understand Creative Healing is to experience it.
- Be honorable in representing the work.
- Do not show partiality. Serve any one who asks.
- There is no such thing as an “extra good treatment”. Therefore do not be persuaded for any reason to do other than what is necessary to accomplish the task.
- Don’t refuse to help just because a person is unable to pay.
- A Creative Healer is not any other kind of therapist, unless so trained. Do not diagnose, prescribe nor give prognosis. Do not remove a dressing or cast applied by a doctor.
- Make no claims or promises. Help when asked, but don’t tell anyone what they must do.
- Do not talk down about another person and keep confidences.