Privacy policy

This privacy policy sets out how Relationship Counselling collects, handles and stores your personal data. We are committed to ensure that your privacy is protected. We are registered with the General Data Protection Regulation 2018 (GDPR)

This policy is subject to updates to ensure compliance with any data protection legislation changes.

Personal Information

Personal information including therapist notes will not be given, sold or leased to a third party with the exception of a court order from a court of law. Please note that all our therapists belong to either BACP or UKPC and therefore abide by their strict code of ethics

Your Rights

All individuals have the right to access and request personal information held by Relationship Counselling. Individuals have the right to amend or erase their personal data at any time. To do this personal identity will be required and verified.

Should you have any queries on the above, more information can be found on the GDPR website or you can contact us at

Cookies Policy

Cookies are small files which are stored on your personal computer hard drives. These enable web applications to tailor its operations to the client’s individual needs. It does this by gathering information about their user preferences. Cookies help us to monitor which pages are used and therefore help us to tailor our website to our client’s needs.

You can choose to disable cookies by going to your individual browser options.

Data Security

Personal information and data will be handled by authorised personnel only. Third party websites are not governed by this policy. We therefore cannot be responsible for the privacy and protection of any information provided whilst using these external websites. Please consult the Privacy Policies of any external websites.

Please note that we do not hold any of our client’s credit card information.


By using our website you hereby consent to our privacy policy and agree to its Terms and Conditions.