PLEASE NOTE: Unfortunately, during the summer holidays, I have extremely limited availability and apologise in advance if I am unable to see you. Video and phone consultations will generally still be possible throughout. Please do still get in touch and if I am not able to help, I can point you in the direction of someone who can.
For any enquiries regarding consultations, workshops, events, media or collaborative work, please do get in touch.
I look forward to hearing from you.
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR CLIENTS:
To provide my support effectively and safely in accordance with our agreement for services, I will need to request sensitive personal information from you. In accordance with General Data Protection Regulations 2018 (GDPR) I am required to inform you what Data I will request from you, how I will process that Data and what your rights are in relation to that Data. The special categories of Data that I will hold about you will be in relation to yours and your child’s health and your ethnic origin. I will be both the Data Controller and the Data Processor, solely responsible for your privacy. I will not request information from you that I do not need in order to provide my services to you for legal, contractual and legitimate reasons. I will retain your consultation Data for a period of 7 years as required for insurance purposes.
The Data I will securely hold about you, may include all or some of the following:
Name, date of birth, address, occupation, partner’s name, children’s name and date of birth, medical history (including obstetric and breastfeeding history) and consultation notes including plans.
If we proceed with contact, I will ask for your consent to store your data in accordance within GPDR requirements.
You will have the right to request access to your personal Data that I hold and be provided with that Data free of charge and within a month of your request. You also have the right to correction of that Data and deletion (where appropriate). If you are not happy with how I manage your Data, you have a right to complain to the Information Commissioners Office (www.ICO.org.uk)