Code of Ethics 

(adapted from the Association of Professional Historians) endeavours to:

  • Conduct business according to impeccable standards of fairness and integrity. Represent honestly our qualifications, background, and professional affiliations
  • Provide clients with the highest quality of service possible
  • Work diligently and with reasonable promptness
  • Abide by agreements with clients and narrators, establishing new agreements as necessary
  • Act in the best interests of the client, narrator, and profession, avoiding conflicts of interest, activity, or influence
  • Respect the inherent worth of all persons
  • Respect clients’ and narrators’ wishes about privacy, confidentiality, and nondisclosure
  • Respect the right of clients and narrators to hold values, beliefs, attitudes, and opinions that differ from our own
  • Respect cultural, individual, and role differences, including those based on age, race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, language, and socio-economic status
  • Act honourably toward other members of the profession and the field as a whole

Philip Sherwood

“Philip recently helped me write a book about my life that did very well when published. I thoroughly recommend him to anyone thinking about writing his or her life story. He makes it fun.”

— Dorothy Babbitt, author serves clients in the greater Vancouver area and British Columbia and across Canada.

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