Governing your personal data, your visit to this site and our work
I take professional conduct, quality, legislation and GDPR obligations very seriously. I only record and use information needed for legitimate purposes and personal data is collected, handled, stored and shared only to the extent that is necessary and in a secure manner, in accordance with data protection legislation.
Here you find descriptions of the rules and standards that I work under - the Privacy, Cookie, Ethics & confidentiality policies.
Caring for your personal data
I need different types of personal data in order to work efficiently and responsibly. You are not obliged to provide such information. The consequence of not providing the information may be that I cannot fulfil my contractual obligations and therefore may not be able to offer you services and cooperation.
When you visit this site
In order to operate this website, it is sometimes necessary to place small amounts of information on your personal device or computer so that you can take advantage of the website’s full functionality. These small files are called “cookies”.
Cookies cannot be used to recognise you personally but enable the website to recognise your device temporarily. The cookies on this site are for Maps (Contact page) and Google Analytics, so that we can measure how many people are using our site and provide efficient service.
You can manage these cookies yourself and decide whether your computer accepts them.
Ethics & Confidentiality policy
Our professional standards
I am a member of the Danish Psychotherapist Association/Dansk Psykoterapeutforening and abide by their Code of Ethics, a copy of which is available here and handed out upon request.
I am bound by full confidentiality in respect of our sessions and conversations, except for the following circumstances:
a) I discuss our work with a supervisor from time to time. This is standard practice and helps me to work as best I can with you. My supervisors are bound by the same code of ethics and confidentiality as I am.
b) If I believe you are at risk of harming yourself or others, I reserve the right to break confidentiality to prevent harm. However, I would only do so in extreme circumstances and would always try to discuss it with you first before acting.
c) If required by legislation or court of law ruling to give evidence.