PRIVACY AND CONFIDENTIALITY POLICY
When you become my client either by direct signup, purchasing one of my services or products, providing feedback, or contacting me in any way, I am collecting information from you. This information is necessary to communicate with you, to fulfill your requests regarding services, information and products, to provide you with the services and products you have requested or purchased, and to contact you about your services or products.
I will not sell, rent, or share your personally identifiable information with others, unless I have your permission or am required to do so by law. I will not share aggregate data with any third party.
Links to Third Party Web Sites
My website may contain links to other websites and resources. I am not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of those websites or resources. Please visit the privacy policies of these third party sites in order to understand their privacy and information collection practices.
I may amend this policy occasionally. It is your responsibility to check this page for any notices of change.
Confidentiality is a central value of Beauty in Truth Life Coaching, LLC. Creating a trusting environment by respecting client privacy encourages honesty on the part of the client and helps create a safe, trusting environment for the process of coaching. As a coach, I work to respect a client's trust and keep session information private by restricting access to records and other forms of information. I may discuss clients in a supervisory setting. However, information will not be given to anyone outside Beauty in Truth Life Coaching, LLC without a client's formal consent or permission. This includes parties who may contact Beauty in Truth Life Coaching, LLC out of concern for a client including spouses, significant others, parents, teachers, or other health service providers. In the case where a client is receiving coordinated support from other health service providers (i.e.: disordered eating, head trauma), information will be shared among the treatment team members in a secure format.
There is only one exception to the rule of confidentiality. Law and professional ethics require me to intervene when, in my judgment, there is imminent risk of danger to harm self or others, for example, suicide, assault, and child, elder or animal abuse. In emergencies when someone is physically at risk, confidentiality must take second place. Any questions a client has regarding my confidentiality policy can and should be brought up at their consultation or assessment.