Angie Allcock Trainer, Business Coach, Consultant, Facilitator Bristol, Bath, Swindon, Bradford on Avon

What is your Privacy Policy?

I aim to be fully compliant with current GPDR legislation and to let you know how I use and protect the data you give to me. I wish to be transparent with regard to the processes I have in place. Identifiable information, if shared, will only be used in accordance with this privacy statement.


I hope to offer you choice and control in the way your data is used. You are invited to consent to my keeping specific data. Consent is not a precondition of the services I offer. You can withdraw consent at any time, without detriment.


I will discuss with you at our first meeting what you are comfortable with in terms of me keeping process notes. When we agree that I will do so, I shred and dispose of this confidential material as soon as possible, after our sessiosn have ended. I keep minimal content notes which I hold for seven years. After this time frame, they are disposed of securely. You have a right to see the information I hold about you should you wish to. You have a right to change any information which you consider to be incorrect. Though there are some details I need to keep due to legal and professional obligations, you can ask me to delete all/any of the information that I hold by emailing me at [email protected] I occasionally use creative interventions, but any drawings or art done in session is yours. I will store this material safely and dispose of it in a timely manner. I will never use any of your data/artworks for writing, publishing, research or training purposes without your written consent.


I promise to keep all sensitive data safely. This involves my anonymising, using passwords and encrypted documents. I keep all written notes in a locked document store and dispose of them after seven years. No one but myself, as data processor and controller in my practice, has access to the information gathered and held during our work together.
While we work together, I store your name, phone number and email address in an encrypted database, which is protected by a password. When we discontinue working, I retain your name, phone number and email address, together with the location, starting and ending dates of our work together in the same protected environment.
I do not store any of your personal details on my mobile phone other than your telephone number. I only contact you in response to you or concerning appointments. I do not engage with clients through any social media.
When I share client material or images this is always done with the client's permission, confidentially, protecting your identity.
Every step is taken to ensure GDPR standards are met.

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