Privacy Policy

 

This privacy policy explains how The Hallway Psychotherapy uses and protects information you may share via the website, e-mail, telephone, videolink and in-person sessions.

What information is collected?

The Hallway Psychotherapy collects sensitive data (e.g. name, date of birth, address and details of health conditions).

Use of the Website

When you use this website, your IP address is logged by Google Analytics.  However, your full IP address will not be saved by Google.  This information is anonymised and used to assess how visitors are navigating the website pages and locate the general area where visitors are from.  More information on this can be found here.

You may choose to use the Contact Form or send an e-mail.  In doing so, you are sharing that information with The Hallway Psychotherapy and this is only used to process your enquiry.  The information is kept private and is stored securely until it is no longer of use.  Your information will not be shared for marketing purposes.

External links will take you to other websites that may have different privacy policies.

Why data is collected?

The personal information you share with The Hallway Psychotherapy is used in order to provide a service that meets your needs.  

 

How long will this data be kept?

This information is kept for as long as it is required in order to provide you with the service you are requesting. Notes may be held for up to one year in case you decide to return to therapy.

Your data rights

Under The Data Protection Act (2018) you have eight rights in relation to all data held about you:

1.        The right to be informed

2.        The right of access

3.        The right to rectification

4.        The right to erasure

5.        The right to restrict processing

6.        The right to data portability

7.        The right to object

8.        Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling.

To find out more about your rights, please visit: https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-data-protection/guide-to-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr/individual-rights/