Privacy Policy

Your Privacy

1. Introduction

1.1 At Diana Parkinson (also referred to as ‘We’, ‘Our’ or ‘Us’) we take our responsibilities in storing and protecting your data very seriously. We are committed to both the protection and respect of your privacy.

We strive to keep any information we hold about you safe and secure.

We also aim to ensure any communication with you and use of the data we hold is also secure.

We follow procedures about how your data is stored and used and access to this data is limited.

The data we store is not accessible by unauthorised persons or machines.

1.2 Our Privacy Policy, and other policies referred to herein lays out the means by which we process and use any personal information collected from:

  1. Visitors to our website(s) www.dianaparkinson.uk
  2. Data collected if you call, text or message us on the telephone.
  3. Data collected during client appointments/consultations.

This policy sets out to explain how we operate to protect your data and privacy.

2. Identity and Contact Details

2.1 We are legally obliged to protect personal information that we collect under the Data Protection Act 1998, (the “DPA”) and the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679, (the “GDPR”).   

2.2 Under the DPA and GDPR, we are considered the ‘data controller’ and our address is:

Diana Parkinson 43 High Street  Kimpton  Hitchin  Hertfordshire  SG4 8RA

2.3  Should you have any questions or complaints about our Privacy Policy, website, emails or other methods of communicating with you, please post them, in writing,  to the address above (2.2) or via email to mail@dianaparkinson.uk or by calling us directly on 01438 832 957.

3. Personal Information collected from you

3.1 We collect and use various types of personal data about visitors to our website including:

  1. Data submitted via forms on our website which may include your name, email address, telephone number, messages and any files you may elect to upload.
  2. We collect technical information about your visit to our site, this is outlined in our Cookie Policy.

4. Bases for Processing Your Data

4.1 We use (process) your personal information in a range of ways including:

  1. To fulfil a contract with you. If we are under contract (written, verbal or otherwise) with you, we may need to send you messages, information or sound files, in order to fulfil this contract.
  2. Legal obligation. We may be required under law to provide data to relevant UK Authorities.

5. Sensitive Personal Information

5.1 We do not collect or share any sensitive personal information unless the client specifically requests us so to do.

5.2 Written consent will be needed prior to me replying to a request from a GP or other health professional with regards to discussing a client’s treatment. Written consent will be needed for me to contact a GP or other health professional except in the event of an emergency (e.g. potential suicide) All clients will be made aware that confidentiality will only be broken if the client presents a danger to themselves or others. will be needed prior to me replying to a request from a GP

6. How We Use Personal Information

6.1 We use your personal information to send you information that you have requested, via our website, telephone or other means. We may also use your information to facilitate entering into a contract with you.

6.2 We collect, store and use personal information about visitors to our website for the following:

  1. Responding to inquiries submitted via forms on the website
  2. Delivering products or services that you request us to provide and for the purposes of fulfilling contracts
  3. Upholding your right for data removal

7. Sharing your information

We do not knowingly share personal data with third parties, however, we may share anonymised, non-personal data third parties that are GDPR compliant  (such as Google Analytics). No shared information is used for marketing purposes.

8. Where We Transfer and Store Personal Information

8.1 The personal information that we collect and store is held securely at 43 High Street  Kimpton  Hitchin  Hertfordshire . SG4 8RA.

9. Retention of Personal Information

9.1 We will store your personal information for a limited time that relates specifically to the nature of the information you supply to us. In general this amount of time is for as long as is necessary to fulfil any contractual obligations.

10. Your Rights in Your Personal Information

10.1 You have rights in regard to the information we hold about you (personal information). These rights are set out below.

10.2 We process all data inline with your rights and in each case, to the extent required by any applicable laws. We respect your personal information rights in respect of:

  1. Access. If you request us to, we will provide you with information about if we are / are not processing your data. If we hold personal data about you, we will make available to you the information we hold and to which you are entitled.
  2. Correction. If any of the data we hold is incorrect, inaccurate or incomplete we will correct said information.
  3. Prevention of processing that is likely to cause damage or distress. We will respect your rights under the GDPR to not process your data in any way that may cause you or any third party unwarranted damage or distress.
  4. Remove of data. We will erase any personal information we hold about you upon request.
  5. Restrictions. If you ask us to, we will only process your personal data if certain criteria are met.
  6. Provision. We will provide you (or authorised third-parties) a copy of any personal information we hold about you that you have provided to us electronically.
  7. Objections. We will respect your rights in regard to processing your data for marketing purposes. We will attempt to inform you in advance if we plan to use your data for marketing our goods or services to you. We will not share your data knowingly with third-parties for marketing purposes.

11. Cookies

11.1 Our website(s) use Cookies, small files that are placed on your computer or stored in your browser’s cache
(memory). These are set when you visit our website if you consent to them being set.

We use Cookies for a range of applications, from storing your preferences to modifying out websites content.

Key usage is as follows:

  1. Improving our website(s) and ensuring it displays correctly on your device
  2. Managing our website(s)
  3. Keeping our website safe and secure
  4. Collecting analytical data about how you use our website
  5. Storing your consent to cookies (even if you decline Cookies, we still have to set a small cookie to remember your preference)

 

You can find out what cookies we use and how to switch them off by clicking here: www.dianaparkinson.uk/cookie-policy

You can alter your Cookie preferences at any time on our website at the above address.

12. Changes to Our Privacy Policy

12.1 We reserve the right to modify and update this privacy policy at any time. Changes to this policy will be posted on our website here.

You should check back frequently to see any updates or changes to our Privacy Policy.

13. Making a complaint

13.1 If you have a complaint about our privacy policy and feel that it has not been resolved by speaking to us directly, you can contact the UK Information Commissioner via telephone on  0303 123 1113 or by visiting their website https://ico.org.uk.