Quality standard on the cards for mediums

5th September 2005, Comments 0 comments

5 September 2005, AMSTERDAM — A new generation of mediums is adopting a quality standard for the profession.

5 September 2005

AMSTERDAM — A new generation of mediums is adopting a quality standard for the profession.

This would be the first step in the process of setting up a sector organisation that would police its members and make sure customers get the best service.

The code of conduct the mediums are adopting was originally drawn up for paranormal healers in the Netherlands 10 years ago, parapsychologist Richard Krebber said on Monday.

Krebber will introduce eight new mediums at the ParaVisie event in the Ahoy venue in Rotterdam between 10 and 11 September.

He said that young people coming to the event who become mediums and psychics are seeking to put the profession on a more professional footing.

Among the rules of the code are: a consultation should cost between EUR 25 and EUR 40 an hour; clients should not have to get undressed and they should not be advised against seeking more conventional treatment for the condition under discussion.

[Copyright Expatica News + ANP 2005]

Subject: Dutch news

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