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The IAGMP Board
The Board of the IAGMP consists of five elected members, who aim to represent the diversity of Grinberg Method practitioners all over the world. The members of the Board are elected by the General Meeting for a 2-year term and are eligible to be re-elected.
The Board represents the IAGMP according to the Statutes. It offers support by managing organizational affairs, developing and presiding over membership requirements, including renewal and terminations of annual memberships according to the Membership Requirements adopted by the General Meeting.
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The Professional Conduct & Recourse Commission
The PCRC consists of three non-board members, who – if possible – each have 5 years of independent professional experience as practitioners.The members also represent different nationalities and countries of residence where they practice their profession. They are elected by the General Meeting for a 2-year term and are eligible for re-election afterwards.
The PCRC’s main goal is to ensure the ethical health and wellness of all participants and the profession. This is accomplished by both the supervision of quality practice and swift recourse for clients in the event that their learning is compromised.
This commission regularly examines and supports all inquiries involving ethics as well as upholds the Professional Guidelines and holds final decision in the case of an appeal regarding any disciplinary action toward, or the expulsion of a member.
The aim of the PCRC is to support clients, practitioners and students with questions and concerns they might have regarding professional and ethical matters involved in the work of a practitioner of the methodology of the Grinberg Method.
Should you wish to make a complaint about an experience you had with a practitioner, we kindly ask you to use this form in a direct and descriptive way. It will allow us to answer you in the most timely and complete manner. Should you have a general question or remark, please do not hesitate to get in touch by email. Our address is firstname.lastname@example.org. When contacting the PCRC, you can expect to hear back from us within 10 working days.
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Emily Poel, Chairwoman
Anne-Pascale Frohn, Deputy Chairwoman
Aninia Schwanhäußer, Board Member
Daniela Razocher, Board Member
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Professional Conduct & Recourse Commission
Cristina Mach di Palmstein, PCRC Member
Adi Keter, PCRC Member
Aliénor Kennedy, PCRC Member
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