When you contract to work with Kingfisher Counselling Chester, you give consent for Sue Shortt to act as Data Controller for the personal data you provide to them. This will never be shared with a third party except in the following circumstances: i) to protect the client’s vital interests ie in relation to harm to self, ii) a safeguarding issue, iii) in compliance with the law. All hard copy personal data will be stored in a locked filing cabinet, and all electronic data will be password protected. All personal data will be stored for five years after the end of the counselling relationship, (to comply with the requirements of my insurance policy), after which time they will be disposed of securely.
Your rights as an individual under the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) can be found at: