Our Core Values

We make a meaningful contribution to the betterment of societies and communities and improving the lives of individuals. As musicians, we work on a micro scale, which might mean working with other individuals, partnering with other organization that helps in building harmony networks at home and in other nations. We have chosen to work on a micro level, in a private practice providing individual comfort and counselling.

We adhere to a professional code of ethics, which includes the five core values in our work.

Service to Humanity

Service to others is our main value in the work we do, from which all of the other values stem. We acknowledge that serving others is more important than self-interest and put the needs of our clients ahead of our own. We volunteer most of the time, working on a pro bono basis in our events, asking for donations only to cover our expenses and enable us to continue our work and reach more people.

Social Justice

We recognize the need to help underprivileged, vulnerable populations, such as the dispossessed, displaced and those struggling with the loss or disappearance of members of their families through war or other crises. We have an inherent desire to improve the lives of people who are less fortunate or unable to advocate for themselves primarily focused on refugees, poverty and other forms of social injustice.

Human Dignity and Worth

Understand the inherent value of every human life, regardless of background or beliefs. We respect the differences there may be between our personal beliefs and those of your clients, taking into account ethnic and cultural diversity.

Integrity

Acting honesty, responsibly and ethically at all times and being trustworthy – we do not betray client confidentiality, unless required to do so in certain circumstances by law, such as in cases of suicidality. Not only do we act with integrity, but we also promote, encourage and expect the same integrity in your colleagues and other professionals.

Competence

We value our practice in our areas of expertise and we don’t misrepresent our skills or experience to get ahead. We are also continually striving to improve our knowledge of arising situations and trying to make meaningful contributions to our profession by engaging in research. We aim to establish respectful intercultural relations by promoting greater understanding and profound recognition, towards mutual acceptance, appreciation and admiration