And as the following website(s) and social media identities:
www.jasdale.com / Facebook Jas dale wellbeing practitioner
Email: email@example.com Phone: 07515 743531
There are two sections to the following information:
About your personal data – the type of data that is collected or used, including when, how and why
Your rights – all the ways that you can control what happens with your data
About your personal data:
When you make an enquiry
The name and contact details you give and the content of your message(s) are retained for three reasons:
By your consent
As part of a ‘contract’ (only while we communicate)
For legitimate business interests – for good business practice I keep tabs on who has made contact before, the types of questions asked etc. I may also email you on occasional basis to offer information, events, products or services related or connected to your enquiry. This is not the same as subscribing you to a newsletter
When you make an online purchase as a single purchase, a membership or subscription
This is a contract for services. Your contact details are dealt with as above (consent, contract, legitimate reasons) – also these, your purchase history and the payment details (sent to me from Paypal ) are retained for six years beyond the end of the contract for legal reasons – accounting law.
When you attend a workshop or training
All of the above applies. I also keep record of your attendance, your certificates earned etc on the legal bases of both contract and legitimate interest – so that I can confirm your certificate status / reissue certification if required, also so that I can send you updates or offers which may be of specific interest to you as an attendee/graduate. Where your certificate is awarded by a professional body (e.g. AAMET) that organisation will be notified of your relevant data and you will be offered sight of their privacy notice prior to or at the point of booking. Contact details provided by you such as email addresses, telephone numbers, postal addresses may be used to remind you of future trainings, mentoring or other information regarding your attendance.
When you work with me 1:1
Client work is different. Dependent on the work, you may wish (or need) to provide personal details of a sensitive nature.
As an intake form these are retained in printed or handwritten format and include your contact details and where appropriate, signature. The sensitive nature of such documents will generally be in relation to health or medical history. Contact details provided by you such as email addresses, telephone numbers, postal addresses may be used to remind you of future appointments or other information regarding your appointments.
As session notes these are scant memos handwritten by me for the purpose of fulfilling our contract and keeping tabs on the work during the session and from one week to the next.
In both cases I am required by law to retain these records for seven years after the completion of our contract – or in the case of a minor, from six years beyond the date of their eighteenth birthday.
Other data sources:
I may receive information from another practitioner or therapist as part of a referral. In such a case you may be unaware that the consented data transfer has taken place, I will therefore inform you of receipt within 28 days
The ways I process your data (and the legal bases used) are constantly under review as my business grows and develops. Every effort will be made to inform you if there has been an update. Please always refer to the current privacy notice which can be found on my website
Sharing your data
Your privacy is important and I do not sell your data nor share it except by your consent or under the law.
In continuation of current UK law on confidentiality I also retain the right and in some cases the legal requirement to breach confidentiality to inform an authority such as the police or your GP of impending harm or illegality.
The GDPR sets out clearly what your rights are. It also lays out deadlines for a reply and other rules which are reproduced for your information at the bottom of this section.
Right to be informed
You have the right to be informed about the collection and use of your personal data. This is a key transparency requirement under the GDPR.
I must provide you with information including: my purposes for processing your personal data, my retention periods for that personal data, and who it will be shared with. This ‘privacy information’ is provided above.
I must provide you with privacy information at the time I collect your personal data from you, in other words it has to be available to you before you fill in a form or hand over your data such as your email address.
If I obtain your personal data from other sources, e.g. by referral or from the payment service provider your selected, I must provide you with privacy information within a reasonable period of obtaining the data and no later than one month.
There are a few circumstances when I do not need to provide people with privacy information, such as if an individual already has the information or if it would involve a disproportionate effort to provide it.
The information I provide to people must be concise, transparent, intelligible, easily accessible, and it must use clear and plain language. Therefore if there is anything you do not understand, please get in touch.
Right of access
You have the right to access your personal data and supplementary information. This allows you to be aware of and verify the lawfulness of the processing.
You are entitled to confirmation that your data is being processed, access to your personal data, and
other supplementary information as provided in this privacy notice
Right to rectification
You have the right to have the data your personal data corrected if it is incorrect, or completed if it is incomplete.
Right to erasure
You may request, verbally or in writing, to have your data erased. This is also commonly known as ‘the right to be forgotten’. This right only takes effect when:
Your personal data is no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was originally collected or processed,
you withdraw your consent when the sole legal basis to hold this information is your consent,
There is a legitimate interest in processing this data, which does not override your request
processing/analysing of the personal data was for direct marketing purposes and this is the use you object to
your personal data was processed unlawfully without a proper legal basis
There is a legal obligation to comply with your request; or
If the personal data was processed to offer information society services to a child.
Right to restrict processing
You have the right to request the restriction or suppression of your personal data. In other words you want to stop the data being used but keep it on file.
In this case your personal data cannot be used and can only be stored unless:
you give your consent;
it is for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims;
it is for the protection of the rights of another person (natural or legal); or
it is for reasons of important public interest.
Right to object
Individuals have the right to object to:
processing based on legitimate interests or the performance of a task in the public interest/exercise of official authority (including profiling);
direct marketing (including profiling); and
processing for purposes of scientific/historical research and statistics.
Your objection must be made on grounds relating to your particular situation.
Once you object your data can no longer be processed, unless
there are demonstrably compelling legitimate grounds for the processing, which override the interests, rights and freedoms of the individual; or
the processing is for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.
You can claim a right verbally or in writing.
A response should come without delay and at least within one month of receipt. The time limit is calculated from the day after you make the request (whether the day after is a working day or not) until the corresponding calendar date in the next month.
I aim to respond within 28 days.
When you request access to your data, a copy must be provided free of charge. However, you can be charged a ‘reasonable fee’ when a request is:
manifestly unfounded or excessive, particularly if it is repetitive, unless that’s because I failed to respond; or
for further copies of the same information (that’s previously been provided).