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Diversity statement

MTI takes inclusivity and diversity seriously. MTI practitioners are expected to work holistically and without discrimination not excluding any groups of people. MTI works to support a client’s physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. MTI practitioners are expected to assess a whole person and determine if the practitioner’s skills, knowledge and experience enable them to competently support that person. If an instance arises where the practitioner feels they are not the most appropriate person to support a potential client, they should refer them on and clearly explain and document why they are suggesting the referral.

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