Why do I collect personal data?
There is a normal set of documents that need to be stored when running a business; emails, notes, contracts, etc. , for me to work efficiently and ethically. All of your data will be deleted after 5 years.
What data do I store?
Emails and notes are encrypted, and password protected. If you decided to work with me then I would also store your client detail form and take brief session notes after each session, to help me follow and remember our work and your journey.
Where do I keep it?
Your data and session notes are stored on my work devices which are encrypted and have passwords to access the devices and documents.
Who do I share it with?
I will never share your data with anyone unless I believe you or another person’s life is in serious danger or I am legally required to by Scottish and English Law. I value your autonomy and our relationship, and I will always try to discuss the matter with you first.
Anonymised data is shared during my regular individual supervision.
How long do I keep it for?
I am required by my insurer to hold records for 5 years after our last contact. After this time all data will be deleted.
I work under the GDPR legislation. As an individual, you have the following rights:
The right to be informed
The right of access
The right to rectification
The right to erasure
The right to restrict processing
The right to data portability
The right to object
Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling
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