Privacy policy

If you contact me, I will only use your provided contact details to respond to your enquiries.  I will ask you to describe briefly what you would like counselling for, in order to help you most effectively.

If your initial enquiry does not lead to arranging counselling sessions with me, any contact details and communications (emails, voicemail messages, texts, my notes on our conversations etc.) will be stored securely for a maximum of six months after our last contact for contractual and legal purposes before being securely destroyed.

If we meet, I will request additional data from you.  I will give you a Privacy Agreement to sign at the beginning of this meeting, and this will explain in detail what data I will collect and how it will be processed.  If you wish, you may see this document in advance of our meeting so you know what to expect.  You do not have to answer any questions you don’t want to, but that may mean I am unable to provide counselling services to you.

Your rights under the GDPR are given here.  If you have any concerns over how your data is handled, please contact me to address them.  If you are still unsatisfied, you can contact the ICO.

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