GDPR Privacy Statement
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Statement.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is concerned with the personal information about you that I collect, store, and share.
Personal information I will collect.
How I will store your Personal Information.
How I may Process/Share your Personal Information.
I seek a monthly consultation with another therapist/supervisor qualified in this process. The consultation process is for my practice (rather than seeking instruction on working with you). In order to protect your privacy, my consultant will not know you personally nor professionally. I will refer to you by your first name, and I may refer to you information verbally when it’s helpful to my professional processes.
If your health is in jeopardy (provided I have your consent) I may share your contact information with an emergency healthcare service (e.g. Mental Health Crisis Team). If I have become aware of your intent to cause harm to another person/organisation (e.g. terrorism), the law may require that I inform an authority without seeking your permission. In such a situation, the law may require that I share your personal information without your
Erasing your Information
When we have finished working together, I will erase electronic copies of your information & correspondence within one month. I will hold onto your written information for up to seven years past the end of our working together. This is so that I have a reference of our work in situations such as you returning to counselling in the future. After this time has passed, I will shred the written information.
You have the following rights…