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Privacy Policy

All information divulged in any form of communication to Steven Harold will be kept in the strictest confidence.
 

Your email address will never be used to contact you other than for agreed reasons and will never be passed onto a third party.

Consultation Confidentiality

Information given by you at the private consultation will not be passed on to anyone else and records are kept secure and destroyed after 10 years.

Exceptions

There will always be exceptions to any policy and these exceptions may not be known at the time of writing. However if the hypnotherapist becomes aware of the potential of the possibility of harm to yourself or to anyone else, then the previous privacy statements may not apply. The privacy policy on this website may change or be updated according to new legislation or another appropriate reason for change and you are encouraged to check the website for changes.
 

Cookies and Privacy

Cookies

A cookie is a string of information that a website stores on a visitor's computer, and that the visitor’s browser provides to the website each time the visitor returns.
 
This site may use cookies to collect personal information such as for Google Analytics which collects certain search data.
 
Cookies may be used to help us identify and track visitors, their usage of this website, and their website access preferences. If you do not want us to have cookies placed on your computer, please set your browser (eg Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari etc) to refuse cookies before using the website, though this is with the drawback that certain features of the website may not function properly without the aid of cookies."
 

Your implied consent

By continuing to use this website you are giving the owner your implied consent to our use of cookies according to the policy set out here.
 

Collection of data by this website

This website does not collect or store any personal information, except where anybody may fill in a Contact Form. Data supplied on the Contact Form will be stored in a retrieval system but will never be sold or passed to third parties or used for marketing purposes but purely to maintain communication with the person who initiated the enquiry.
 
Our website collects analytics data about visitors to the site via Google analytics. This data is presented as statistics and no individual can be identified, nor can data be cross-tabulated to create profiles. The data available at time of writing (May 2012) was:
 
  • Views by country
  • Top posts and pages
  • Referrers (eg search engine used to find the site)
  • Search engine terms (eg the actual words visitors typed into their search engine)
  • Clicks (links on this website that were clicked to go to external sites)
  • Tags and categories
  • Totals, followers and shares
     
    This data is very useful for establishing the volume of people using the site, the most popular days of the week and the type of content people are most interested in, but as stated above, the data does not reveal any details about individuals and only gives summary data about the performance of the site.
     

    Links to external websites

    This site contains links to many external websites and social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and other websites deemed relevant . This site will never add links which are knowingly unsafe or malicious, however you should always check the cookies and privacy policies of external sites if you have any concerns. This site cannot be responsible for external content or sites. If you have any concerns there are some useful links at the bottom of this page which may help to answer your questions.
     

    Useful information

  • Internet browser cookies —what they are and how to manage them (Direct.gov.uk)
  • Google policies and principles. As well as Google branded products, Google also owns YouTube.
  • Facebook Privacy policy
  • Twitter privacy policy
  • Allaboutcookies.org
  • Aboutcookies.org. Includes information on how to remove cookies from your browser.
  • Your own browser(s). Browsers usually include information under the help section about allowing and blocking cookies and private or 'incognito' browsing.
     
    If you have any questions about the privacy policy or need clarification please contact Steven Harold.
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