Clinic Rules

Clinic Rules

On register entry into my closed clinic, each patient receives the written rules.

General House Rules:

 

01 Abstination from drugs and alcohol (in the clinic).

02 Drugs and alcohol found in the clinic, will be taken away and destroyed.

03 No prostitution.

04 I can receive visitors, when agreed upon by staff.

05 When agreed upon by staff, i can receive people in my room 36.

06 Verbal and physical agression are not tolerated.

07 Respect for all.

08 My visitors will follow the house rules.

 

Practical Rules

 

01 On working days, patients must be in the clinic before 10 PM. Friday and Saturday we must be in the clinic before 24.00 (midnight).

02 Staff must be notified when you want to invite visitors.

03 Smoking is only allowed in the designated smoking room, and outside in open air.

04 Patients are expected to partake in house activities (i.e. setting and cleaning the table).

05 Trade is not allowed.

06 The clinic is not responsible for theft nor for loss of objects.

07 Visiting times:

Daily, 19-21 PM

Wednesday and Weekend, extra visiting hours 2-4 PM.

08 You may not carry dangerous objects or weapons.

09 Pets are not allowed.

10 You will pay for costs if you destroy property.

11 Police may be alerted in exceptional circumstances that are against the law.

 

The above are the Clinic Rules. Additional rules may be applied on an individual basis.

 

 

Charlie XCX - Break The Rules

 

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Guest - Ann on Saturday, 15 April 2017 20:00

good rules vs bad rules

Following rules was extreme programming from infancy for me.
First rule: You are here to help your mother, You are the servant of your family. I was taught to be an adult as an infant and only recently found the un-nurtured infant inside. In finding my infant I was able to stop crying for what seemed to be no reason.
I have learned through much therapy that some rules are a method of abuse. I have learned to use better judgement in following rules. Some rules are for our benefit and some are to program and negatively manipulate.
Clinic rules are for our good. My daughter is an intern at a clinic for veterans of war and they share the rules of your clinic.












[u][b]good rules vs bad rules[/b][/u] Following rules was extreme programming from infancy for me. First rule: You are here to help your mother, You are the servant of your family. I was taught to be an adult as an infant and only recently found the un-nurtured infant inside. In finding my infant I was able to stop crying for what seemed to be no reason. I have learned through much therapy that some rules are a method of abuse. I have learned to use better judgement in following rules. Some rules are for our benefit and some are to program and negatively manipulate. Clinic rules are for our good. My daughter is an intern at a clinic for veterans of war and they share the rules of your clinic.
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Thursday, 14 December 2017

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