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GoodTherapy.org Achieves Better Business Bureau Accreditation

Saturday, May 15, 2010 Medico Legal News J E 4
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OLYMPIA, Wash., May 14 Today, GoodTherapy.org announces its commitment to marketplace ethics by earning Accreditation with Better Business Bureau. As a BBB Accredited Business, GoodTherapy.org has met BBB's Code of Business Practices and has agreed to maintain honest and reliable business practices.

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BBB's Accreditation Program recognizes dependable businesses that are making the public pledge to: Be transparent, be responsive, advertise honestly, honor promises, and act with integrity - important values in accordance with the spirit, attitude, and ethical principles of GoodTherapy.org.

"Better Business Bureau sets and upholds the highest standards of ethics in business," said Robert W.G. Andrew, CEO of BBB serving Alaska, Oregon, and Western Washington. "BBB Accredited Businesses embody the commitment and values to lead our marketplace with trustworthiness and integrity."

BBB Accreditation is granted to eligible businesses, such as GoodTherapy.org, that meet BBB's Code of Business Practices and demonstrate a good business track record, maintain proper licensing and commit to exemplifying BBB's Code of Business Practices.

Founded in 2007, GoodTherapy.org is one of the leading online find a therapist directories and is uniquely dedicated to the mission of reducing harm in psychotherapy, advocating for healthy and ethical psychotherapy practices, and encouraging therapists to work collaboratively and non-pathologically. GoodTherapy.org has made significant contributions to depathologizing diagnostic based language and therapy practices and educating consumers about the differences between healthy and unhealthy therapy practices. GoodTherapy.org BBB accreditation was announced on the GoodTherapy.org Facebook Page.

SOURCE GoodTherapy.org
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