Due respect and deference should be given to colleagues’ skills. These should not be denigrated to other clients or in public. 2. Respect for Service Networks. Practitioners need to know local government and non-government helper networks and rules and cooperate with them as much as possible. 3. Advertising and Competition. Practitioners have the right to let potential clients know of their skills, but these should not be exaggerated or plied in a commercial manner. Similarly, others’ skills should not be denigrated and territoriality should be avoided. Benefit to clients is again primary. Skills, training and references should be shared and supplied on request. 4.