I will not contact you unless you indicate that you would like me to do so e.g. by sending me an email or telephoning me.
I take your privacy seriously and will never share your personal details with a third party, without your permission.
For more information please contact me.
GDPR Specific Information:
- What do you do with contact details made via the website? (phone or email)
I store email addresses and phone numbers confidentially for the purpose of contact during the time you are in therapy. Once therapy has discontinued your details will be deleted digitally. I keep paper records for a period of 5 years in a locked file which is a requirement of my insurance. Once this period has passed all paper data will be destroyed.
- How long will you retain it?
Digital data will be removed as soon as therapy has discontinued. All paper copies shall be retained for 5 years in keeping with my insurance requirements.
- How and why are you collecting data?
I collect data for the purpose of the therapy and for communication purposes.
- How do you want people to let you know if they do not wish for there information to be kept?
If you choose for your information to not be stored this will impact your eligibility for treatment as Honeysett Counselling needs your contact information in order to arrange treatment. Note keeping- All notes are kept electronically under a password protected file. The notes are minimal and for supervision purposes.
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