Privacy

Privacy is an important issue to me and I take your privacy seriously. I do not pass on any of your personal information to anyone. I do not record any information about your specific use of my website or attempt to obtain any personal information other than what you provide when you email me.

I am bound by the protocols and codes of ethics of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. I make brief written notes after sessions, which don’t contain your name. They’re kept in a locked cabinet, separately from your contact details. I am required to discuss my work with my supervisor in confidential meetings. In doing this I will protect your identity by not using identifying features (for example by changing your name/occupation). The purpose of this consultation is to ensure the highest standards of professionalism and care in my work with you.

The only exception to the above is if I am required to comply with UK law in making information available to the courts if required to do so.

How does this website use Cookies?

Visitor Behaviour - So that I can measure the popularity of pages, where the locations visitors come (but not so that personal information an be viewed) from and other general statistics, I may in future use Google Analytics to track new and repeat visitors but this software does not have any information about who you are.

See the Google Analytics Privacy Policy if you want to know more