Privacy Policy

For the purposes of General Data Protection Regulations 2018, the data controller is Alina Jundo, owner of Freedom Release Counselling Centre (address available on request). I am committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected.

My website is simple and the only data from you will be collected is through the contact form, where we require only your name, email address/telephone number and a short message why you are contacting us.

The policy, therefore sets out basis on which any personal data from you will be processed by me.

Please read the following carefully to understand my views and practice regarding your personal data and how i will treat it. By visiting www.freedom-release.co.uk you are accepting and consenting to the practices described in this policy.

Use of information you provide, and information I collect about you:

I require this information to understand your needs, provide you with a better service and carry out my professional and contractual obligations during our therapeutic/supervisory relationship. I will not share your personal information with anyone else, unless there is a duty to disclose in order to comply with the legal obligation.

This includes:

Contracting and ensuring the terms found in the contract are upheld by both parties.
In case of emergencies or where disclosure might be necessary.
All of your personal data is stored securely, in line with data protection requirements. You may request details of personal information that I hold about you under the General Data Protection Regulations 2018. You have the right to ask to see the information I hold about you, please ask me and you can view it in a session. You can ask me to change any information that I hold about you that is incorrect. You have the right to ask me to delete any information that I hold about you, including personal information that is no longer relevant to original purposes – for example when our therapeutic relationship has ended or if you wish to withdraw consent. In all cases and when considering such requests, these rights are obligatory unless it’s information that I have a legal obligation to retain.

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