What is GDPR?

The intention of the GDPR is to give people greater ownership of their personal data and increase their right to privacy. This legislation is in response to the use that social media and other large companies make of our personal data without our knowledge. It is intended that those companies must ask for explicit consent to collect and process personal data.

For detailed information about your rights under the GDPR CLICK HERE to visit the ICO website.

For the purposes of privacy and protection of your data I am registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) Registration Details Below. This requires me to keep information in accordance with the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) coming into effect on 25th May 2018 in all EU countries.



The data that I keep consists of minimum contact details, name, mobile number and email address, and all individuals are given a unique reference number that enhances confidentiality and privacy. I also keep process notes that are my personal reflections on our therapeutic work together. My purpose in keeping these reflections is to help me hold and keep track of our process together.This information is encrypted and password protected. I store all of my client information on the BACPAC Client Management System. Details Listed Below

I will not share your data with anyone without your explicit consent, except where the law requires me to, and if that requirement arises I will discuss it with you at all stages where possible.

I will only contact you by phone, email or text to rearrange or reschedule an appointment. I also reserve the right to contact you regarding account matters. Be aware that these systems are not encrypted and so it is advisable to keep personal information to a minimum when using this form of contact. It is secure to speak by phone or in person.


The GDPR requires that you give explicit consent to my use of your data as described above. I will ask that you complete a separate consent form in our first meeting.