GDPR and privacy policy

If you receive blogs from me, you have decided to follow the blog and requested emails to come to you.  If you want to unsubscribe at any time, please use the link at the bottom of the blog.

The frequency and content of emails varies.  I am trying to move away from purely throwing dates at you as these can all be found via the menu: Guide for 2018.  There are links on this page to take you to the relevant information.  It has been liberating having the blog in terms of administration.  I hope it is working for I you too.  Please feel free to give me feedback about this.

Other databases I use are for my booking page.  This list is for my use only and in some circumstances you have provided information when you have booked an appointment.  I am now deleting client details who have not booked on the system in the last 6 months and will continue with this housekeeping on a monthly basis.  I also have an email list for contacting you directly, this is usually prompted by information around appointments and/or classes concerns you personally.  My mobile phone also holds this information.  Both my laptop and mobile are only accessed by me.

My paper files for one to one appointments are kept in a locked filing cabinet.  Clients who are not currently seeing me are kept in an archive space.  I am legally required to keep client notes for up to seven years.  After this time, if we are no longer in a therapeutic relationship, your notes will be shredded.

I believe that covers everything.  If you have any concerns or would like to discuss the data I have for you, please contact me.



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