We understand privacy is important and offer our clients a confidential service. This means that we will not disclose your details or information about your treatment with any outside agency, family members, or others, without your written consent. However, there are certain situations where we may breach confidentiality: if there is a concern that a child is at risk of harm or in cases where the client has expressed they will harm themselves and/or others. In this case, their data will be passed to the relevant authorities. Your data will be stored securely for seven years.
Data protection laws state that you have the right to request a copy of any notes on file and the removal of these notes. By booking an appointment you acknowledge that your practitioner is providing treatment for you at your request and is not responsible for the outcome of the sessions and agree to be personally responsible for the fees for the service provided.