NorthEast Counseling is committed to respecting your private information and protecting it from misuse. This policy may change from time to time due to enhancements to our systems or changes in the law.
Basic Privacy Principles The following basic privacy principles apply throughout our entire enterprise, whether we gather information through our website, via a consultation or hired to perform a service.
We consider certain information, which we may learn or create while we engage in our business to be a client's personally identifiable information. We do not consider all information that we may gather or create in operating our business to be personally identifiable information. Without your consent or as specified below, we will use your personally identifiable information, which we learn through our interactions with you only for the purposes you would reasonably anticipate us doing. This includes use to contact you to answer your questions, in relation to a consultation, and to contact you with additional information where you have permitted us to do so.
We do not share, sell or trade your personally identifiable information with third parties. We may also disclose personally identifiable information to others if we are required to do so by law, to protect and defend the rights of NorthEast Counseling. The security of your personally identifiable information is important to us. Although we cannot guarantee against loss, misuse, alteration, unauthorized disclosure or destruction of data, we use security measures to protect you from such occurrences. If necessary in accordance with the law, we will disclose to you any known or reasonably suspected breach in security involving your personally identifiable information.
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