Privacy

Privacy Statement and Cookies

This Privacy Statement describes how the Clinic for Psychologist Treatment collects and uses personal information.

Clinic for Psychologist treatment, at the general manager, is the treatment manager for the processing of personal data. Where the daily responsibility is delegated, it will appear under each item. The delegation covers only the tasks and not the responsibility.

The statement contains information that you require when collecting information from our web sites (Personal Information Act Section 19) and general information about how we treat personal information (Personal Information Act Section 18 1. Paragraph).

The Clinic for Psychologist Treatment is committed to maintaining privacy in a good and responsible way, and therefore implements continuous measures to ensure the best possible protection of personal data. In addition, the Clinic for Psychology Management uses exclusively encrypted connections for the transfer of information, as well as conducting a semi-annual internal audit of the company's use of personal data.

Processing of personal information on our websites

It is voluntary for those who visit the web sites to provide personal information in connection with services. For example, newsletters, create accounts or web forms.

The treatment basis is the consent of the individual, unless otherwise specified.

Information gathered in connection with the operation of the web pages is stored on our own servers. It is only the Clinic for Psychologist treatment that has access to the information collected.

Handing out of personal data

The Psychologist Clinic does not disclose your personal information to other parties than described in this document unless we are required to do so by law or as a result of legal orders.

Purpose of treatment

The purpose of processing personal data is to provide users with the best possible experience of the website as well as to provide users with the services they may wish to make use of.

The treatment basis is the consent of the individual, unless otherwise specified.

Legal basis for processing personal data

Our legal basis for the collection and processing of personal data described in this document depends on the personal information in question and the context in which they are collected.

We will normally only collect personal information (1) where we need the personal information to get in touch with you; (2) where processing is within our legitimate interest and not governed by your rights; or (3) where you have given us consent to use them. We have legitimate interests in operating our services and communicating with you as provided for us to be able to provide the service. For example, when answering inquiries, we improve our platform, market leader or to investigate operating errors or prevent illegal activities.

In some cases, we may have a legal obligation to collect personal information about you or otherwise need your personal information to protect your interests or those of other individuals.

If we ask you for personal information to comply with a legal claim or to make a contract with you, then we will make this clear to you when it happens and inform if the use of the information is required or required, or not (in addition to possible consequences if you do not provide these personal information).

What personal information is processed?

The personal information collected is the information you choose to provide when you sign up for events or fill out a form to contact you. This is information about name, e-mail address, phone number and company, as well as other information that may be sent to us in forms or via chat service.

In addition, the Clinic for Psychologist Management uses Cookies that retrieve limited information items. IP address via web browser. See section on Cookies for more information and how to limit this.

encryption

All Clinic for Psychology Treatment websites use encryption (SSL).

Copyright and Content

The content of this site is protected by copyright of the Clinic for Psychology Treatment AS with affiliates or the company's licensor.

"Do not track" settings

We respect "Do not track" settings from web browsers on our website.

Access, correction and deletion of personal data

For access, rectification and deletion of personal data, please send an email to foreign@psykologbehandling.no

To ensure privacy and security, we will take reasonable steps to verify your identity before correcting and deleting data or access to the data we may have about you.

Cookies - Cookies

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer when you download a webpage.

The storage of information and processing of this information is not permitted unless both have been informed and consented to the treatment. The user should know and approve which information is being processed, what the purpose of the treatment is and who processes the information, cf. Electronic Communications Act 2-7b.

The following cookies are used on our websites

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Rights

Anyone who asks is entitled to basic information about personal data processing in a company under the Personal Data Act § 18, 1. joint. The Clinic for Psychologist Treatment has provided this information in this declaration and will refer it to any requests. Those registered in a Clinic for Psychology Treatment Systems are entitled to access to their own information. The person also has the right to request that incorrect, incomplete or information Clinic for Psychologist treatment has no access to treatment is corrected, deleted or supplemented. Claims from the registrant must be answered free of charge and no later than 30 days.