Terms & Conditions
If you are unable to attend your appointment for any reason please inform The Food Psychology Clinic by emailing as soon as possible. You must give at least 48 hours notice to cancel your appointment. If you give less than 48 hours notice, you will be charged the full fee for your appointment.
Whilst we endeavour not to cancel any appointments, where The Food Psychology Clinic is required to cancel your appointment for any reason, you will be given as much notice as is possible.
The Food Psychology Clinic is dedicated to ensuring a service which is accessible to everyone, regardless of age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, race, marital status or disability.
The Food Psychology Clinic is dedicated to ensuring that your information is secure and protected. To ensure that there is no authorised access to your information or disclose of this information, the Food Psychology Clinic has put in place appropriate electronic, physical and managerial procedures to protect your information, including the information that is collected online.
The Food Psychology Clinic is registered with the Information Commissioner as a data controller and adheres to all of the requirements of this body and the Data Protection Act 1998. In order to ensure the protection of the information that you provide both in the therapy sessions and online, we undertake the following actions:
we only collect personal information where strictly required and will delete or destroy this information where it is no longer necessary for the therapy;
we prioritise the confidentiality of all information provided to us (please see the confidentiality policy below);
we address and consider confidentiality and the privacy of information at every stage of this information being provided to us, both online and in therapy sessions; and
we ensure very high standards of practice when it comes to dealing with any information provided to us.
The steps that we take to protect your personal information include the following:
any financial information, including credit card details, are destroyed or deleted as soon as they are processed;
notes taken during therapy sessions are handwritten and are stored in locked cabinets;
notes are written in a form which ensures that the client cannot be identified by anyone unintentionally readying the notes; and
all emails relating to the therapy are kept on a password protected computer and are deleted after the termination of the therapeutic relationship.
Any information provided by you to The Food Psychology Clinic online or in therapy sessions will be treated as strictly confidential and will not be disclosed to any third party. Please note however that the law and psychotherapy profession requires the disclose of your confidential information in the following limited circumstances:
where we have reason to suspect that you may cause or have knowledge which may lead to the harm of a child, vulnerable adult or other person;
where we reasonably suspect that you have been involved in or have knowledge of past or future criminal activities , including terrorism or money laundering and where such activities have not been resolved at law;
in the event of the sudden unavailability of a therapist for a long period of time, we may make your contact details available to the therapist’s supervisor in order to ensure that you can receive a continuous service; and
where we are otherwise required by law to disclose confidential information that is provided to us.
Please note that hypnotherapists and psychotherapists are also supervised by other members of the profession. For the purposes of this supervision, and in order to deliver the best possible service to you, certain confidential matters may also be discussed with such supervisors.
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Your personal information
The Food Psychology Clinic will not lease, distribute, sell or otherwise provide your personal information to any third parties unless we have your permission to do so or are required by law or any regulatory authority to do so. If you subscribe to our mailing list we will use your personal details to send you information about The Food Psychology Clinic.
You may at any time, under the Data Protection Act 1998, request from us details of the personal information that we hold about you. If you would like a copy of this information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you believe that any information that we hold about you is incomplete or incorrect then please email us as soon as possible so that we can promptly correct any incorrect information.
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