Relational Wellbeing is registered with the ICO and is required to be open and transparent about the manner that personal information is gathered and stored.
During your initial consultation session, you will need fill out a registration form (contract agreement) which asks for: name, DOB, phone number, email address, residential address, emergency contact number,
partner’s information if applicable, occupation, gender, medical details.
To view a copy of the registration form, click here.
How we store your personal information
Click here to view the GDPR form which details how Relational Wellbeing gathers and stores
your personal information, in more detail.
www.relationalwellbeing.co.uk provides an online contact form with which to contact us by.
By using this form, you are asked to submit the following pieces of personal data: name, email address, referral source, plus any additional information you choose to submit.
We use this information to assess how best to serve you, how best to contact you, answer any questions you may have and arrange appointments for an initial session.
Contact form messages are received by us in email form.
All email addresses and email conversations are kept by us during the length of the contract and deleted once the therapeutic contract ends. The same applies to any text conversations or voicemail messages.
Your contact phone number and name, which may be stored on a mobile phone unit as well as online in the cloud during the length of the contract, will also be deleted once the therapeutic contract ends.
By visiting www.relationalwellbeing.co.uk website, you accept and consent to
Transmission of data via the website is not secure or encrypted and thus may be at risk of interception, loss or corruption. Upon receipt of your personal data, we are committed to managing it as securely as possible and we have robust methods and procedures in place to ensure this (as outlined in the GDPR downloadable form).
Managing Personal Information
We will not sell, distribute, lease or pass on your personal information to third parties unless we are
required to do so by law.
You may request details of your personal information we hold about you under the GDPR (2018). If you wish to exercise this right, please write to: Martin Dewberry, 24b The Barons, St Margarets, Twickenham, TW1 2AP.
If you believe any information about you is incomplete or incorrect, please write to the
above address if you wish to have it amended.
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Changes and Updates
We may amend or update this policy at any time without direct notice to you. Updated policies will be published on the website by way of notice.