The new legislation, GDPR, which comes into force on 25th Of May 2018 means that some of your privacy rights, in relation to holding or storing confidential information about you has
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1. You personal data is always held confidentially. The information HSPS will hold on you is the following.
Personal Relevant Information (including medical and Doctors Details) which you have provided within the initial assessment.
Counselling Session and Mental Health Notes and Records.
2. This information will not be passed onto anyone else other than within
a) HSPS Professional Counselling Supervision boundaries where this information will also be discussed and held in the strictest of confidence.
b) Where there is a safeguarding issues that effects either yourself or a vulnerable individual within your care. In the event of this happening we will endeavour, where safely possibly, to gain your consent first.
3. HSPS holds your information confidentially and securely online using The British Association Of Counselling And Psychotherapy approved secure database, BACPAC.
4. You have the right to have your personal information changed/ deleted or find out what information has been stored in relation to yourself at anytime. Please email HSPS at firstname.lastname@example.org at any time or contact 07584201837 to discuss this further if you need too.
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