DO Hypnosis Kent is committed to protecting your privacy. As such we will only use information that you provide to book your sessions, send you essential information about your sessions, or to contact you with any promotions or special offers.
Before you start sessions with DO Hypnosis Kent you will be asked to sign a simple consent form which will include name, date, reason for consultation, and consent for the therapist (Debbie O’Neill) to record personal information discussed across the sessions. You will also be asked to fill out a Covid-19 risk assesment and a Covid-19 liability waiver . These forms are stored digitally on Jotform.
The first session always involves a thorough consultation where handwritten notes will be taken by the therapist (Debbie O’Neill) to facilitate a course of therapy.
In line with CNHC (Complimentary & Natural Healthcare Council) guidance, this information is stored securely for 8 years. Do Hypnosis Kent is covered by Holistic Insurance services and as such client information has to be stored for a minimum of five years.
If the client requires access to the data stored please contact Debbie O’Neill at DO Hypnosis Kent at the following email address – enquiries at dohypnosiskent.co.uk.
Please note that this information will not be shared with anyone unless it is deemed by the therapist that the client is at risk of seriously harming themselves or harming others. If this is the case the therapist will refer the client back to the GP and send a letter to the GP outlining the concerns.
Further to this, the therapist reserves the right to contact the police if it is deemed a crime has been committed or is about to be committed. The therapist will always avoid this course of action where possible and will discuss options with the client before taking any of the above steps. The client will always be advised of the therapist’s intention before such action is taken.
ICO complaints helpline – 0303123113
We will only collect information about you when you contact us.
Please note that we fully comply with General Data Protection Legislation (EU) 2016/679) (“GDPR”) and any national implementing laws. Regulations, and secondary legislation, as amended or updated from time to time, in the UK and then (2) any successor legislation to the GDPR or the Data Protection Act 1998.
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