When you register with us for the newsletter or ask a question via the contact page, you leave your personal details with us.
Perfectly logical. Because we need them to process your question or application.
But we can imagine that you want to know exactly what we do with your personal data, because your privacy is important. And we will be happy to tell you!
All the data you leave behind with us is safely stored behind a digital lock and locked with one of the most modern techniques: the Secure Socket Layer (SSL).
When a website uses this technique you will see a nice green lock to the left of your address bar.
We handle your data with care!
We will never sell your data to others.
We also give you the opportunity to see which of your data we have stored.
And on request we can also remove them for you from our system.
We use your personal data to process your question or application.
For this we need your name, e-mail address and sometimes also your telephone number.
With this information we can get in touch with you.
You can sign up for the newsletter with us.
In this way you will be kept informed of our activities and developments in our practice.
Do you want to unsubscribe from our newsletter?
At the bottom of each newsletter there is a link with which you can easily unsubscribe from our newsletter.
Personal ET-Healing Sessions
When you come into our practice for a personal session, we ask for contact details such as your name, email address and phone number when making the appointment.
During the session, audio recordings are made so that you can re-listen to all the information that comes through during the session at a later time at your leasure.
Your email address is used to send you a link to the audio recording so that you can download this file to your computer.
The name of the file contains your initials and the date of the recording. We will retain these files for a maximum of 3 months and will then be deleted.
We also use your personal data in order to be able to come into contact with you if, for example, the appointment needs to be rescheduled.
Participation in an event
If you want to participate in one of our events, we will ask for contact information such as your name, email address and phone number when you sign up.
Your e-mail address is used to confirm the registration, to send a reminder and possibly after the event to send a link to any documentation or audio recordings, which you can download yourself on your computer.
We also use your personal data to get in touch with you if, for example, the event needs to be changed or additional information needs to be sent.
We love customer experiences!
And many of our customers also like to read the experiences of others!
However, we will only post your customer experience or publish anything about you if you have written it yourself or have approved it to publish it on our website or social media.
We will explicitly ask for approval of publishing the content and and the approval of veracity of the content and whether the content has been made sufficiently anonymous.
Cookies you can't eat
Cookies. We have all heard about it, but what are they?
Cookies are small, simple text files that your computer or mobile device stores when you use our website. But why do we do that?
There are many different cookies. For example, cookies are used to ensure that the website functions properly.
Like remembering your shopping cart or checking out. These are functional cookies. We don't use these, after all we don't have an online shop.
Then there are analytical cookies. These cookies are used to analyze the use of the website by users, this tracking and analyzing the use is completely anonymous.
Finally, there are social media cookies from third parties. Think of Facebook and YouTube, for example.
If you want to watch a YouTube video on our website or post a like on our blog, a cookie is needed.
If you do not want your browser to store cookies, you can indicate this in your browser settings.
By default there is set that cookies may be placed, you can disable this.
However, this may mean that our website no longer functions as it should or that it is operating at a slower pace.
Every browser has its own settings, below are the most used browsers.
Click on one of the browsers below to go directly to the manual of your browser.
Chrome - Delete, enable, and manage cookies in Chrome
Firefox - Delete cookies to erase the data that websites have stored on your computer
Internet Explorer - Delete and manage cookies
It is, of course, important that our privacy statement remains up to date.
That is why we change our privacy statement from time to time.
Therefore, check our privacy statement from time to time.
We last updated it on: 15-3-2018
Comprehensive Privacy Statement
Would you like to receive a comprehensive Privacy Statement from us? That is possible!
Questions and Feedback
Do you have questions about our privacy statement or do you feel that something is wrong?
Please contact us ?
We take your privacy seriously and where we overlook things and can make improvements we will certainly do so.
Thank you very much!!