The Grove Practice Limited (“We”, “us”) is committed to ensuring that there is no slavery or human trafficking in any part of its own business or supply chains. This statement sets out our current risk analysis and the steps that we have taken and those we plan to take to deliver on this commitment.

The Grove Practice is a limited company registered in England and Wales: 04597773. We operate psychotherapy services, training courses, and organisational programmes.

On the basis of our current knowledge, we consider the risk of modern slavery and human trafficking within our own business and our supply chains to be low. 
Our professional associates are usually self-employed practitioners.  We use a limited range of suppliers who provide services for the fulfilment of our programmes and in support of our business, largely in the UK. Some of our suppliers such as software providers are based in the USA.

We operate a zero tolerance approach to slavery and human trafficking within our business and our supply chains. We strive to demonstrate transparency and integrity across our business and expect both our employees and our suppliers to respect and comply with our values. We have policies in place, aiming to ensure that we conduct our business in an ethical and transparent manner and to minimise the risk of modern slavery in our supply chains. As psychotherapists and coaches, we adhere unreservedly to our ethical codes – our professional codes have strict guidance regarding gifts or bribery or oppression. Any employee, associate contractor or UK employee is encouraged to report any concerns relating to our direct activities or our suppliers, including specific reference to modern slavery, human trafficking or child or adult enforced labour. 

We take very seriously any report or concern regarding modern slavery and we pledge to investigate any such information we receive.

We commit to set expectations of suppliers and we reserve the right to terminate any business relationship with a contractor or supplier whom we deem to be failing to meet these expectations.