About my policies

This pages sets out my policies when working as Juline Counselling. Setting these out clearly helps me to ensure that I meet a range of legal and ethical requirements which apply to me as a therapist. For you as a client or potential client, this provides transparency as to how I work .

Sometimes I work together with other therapists, agencies or third parties. These policies apply only where you (my client) have been explicitly informed that they apply. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about them.

List of my policies

Here is a list of all my policies.

Confidentiality & Disclosure Policy

This policy sets out the primacy of confidentiality in the client-therapist relationship. It also sets out the limits of confidentiality and where I may disclose information to a third party because ethical or legal considerations require it. My policy is not published here. However it is provided to all clients and prospective clients.

Privacy Notice

It is a requirement under UK data protection legislation for even a small businesses to write its own ‘Privacy Notice’ which sets out they take care of your personal information. You can read mine here if you wish!

Cookies Policy

Pretty much all websites these days use cookies, including mine. UK law requires website owners to provide clear information about how they use cookies, and ensure that visitors to their websites are given the means to consent to or reject their use. You should have seen the pop-up when you first entered my website! You can read my Cookies Policy here.

Rescheduling and Cancellations

To the extent that I have a policy, this is governed by my Counselling Agreement with clients. If there are any changes, clients will be notified directly.

External frameworks which I adhere to

I am a member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP). As such, I adhere to their Ethical Framework and their Memorandum of Understanding on Conversion Therapy in the UK.

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