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Privacy Policy

Dear Client,


This is to inform you what data I am collecting from you and what I intend to do with it.

What data do I keep and why do I need it?


Name and age – this is basic information that helps me get to know you.


Address, email address, phone number – I use this as a way of contacting you regarding your sessions. I will mainly use the method you first contacted me on but if I cannot reach you, I will try a different method.


Next of kin/medical professional’s details – If I was worried that you were at risk then I may need to contact your next of kin or medical professional, if I can. I will let you know when/if I am going to do this.


Session notes – I keep brief notes of our session(s), I will scan my handwritten notes and the information will be stored securely online in my Google account.


Will I share your data and if I do, who will I share it with and for what purpose?


It is very unlikely that I will share your data. I will not sell it on or use it for unethical reasons. I may have to share it if my notes are subpoenaed by court, if you or anyone you tell me about is at harm or risk of harm, I may have to pass this information on. I may also discuss your case during supervision, but I only use your first name.

How will I store your data?


It is stored securely online (Google) and in certain cases for a period of not more than two weeks as hard copy in a safe location that is locked (filing cabinet). Immediately after the work is finished, I transfer the data with your initials to my password protected computer. Your phone number(s) may be kept in my business mobile phone with your first name and last initial. Only I will access your information.


How long will I store your data for and how will I dispose of it?


I will keep your details and session notes for the time required by my insurer.


After this time, I will destroy any document (hard copy) with your personal information.

Your phone number and email address will be stored digitally with your consent.

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