Clarity Stress Management Ltd

We hold certain basic information about individuals or companies with whom we work, have worked or with whom we have communicated as part of our work.

This is essentially contact details such as names, postal and e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, and website. We only use this information to get in touch with you in connection with a project in which we are, were, or will be both involved. As this is necessary for the provision of our services, we understand this is a ‘legitimate interest’ and a ‘lawful basis’ as defined in the General Data Protection Regulations. We rely on our website and recommendations to gain commissions, so we won’t use your personal information for marketing, and we would only pass your information to a third party if you asked us to, or if you gave us express permission. However, in order to combat spamming, you will see that, on our Contact page, we use Google’s ‘reCaptcha’ to ensure that anyone using the contact form is a human rather than some sort of machine. Google has its own privacy policy in relation to this function and this can be accessed by clicking on the ‘privacy’ and ‘terms’ words on the icon in the bottom right corner of the screen. If you have any reservations about their terms, please telephone us instead, or e-mail in the usual way using the details given for Keith Neill-Smith.

As we are often lucky enough to work with people and companies on several projects, spread over many years, we will keep your information on file until it becomes clear that we will no longer be doing any more business together. If at any time you would like to see what details we hold on you, or would like us to change or delete your details, please get in touch via e-mail or telephone and we will be happy to comply. If, for some reason, you are not happy with the way we have acted with regard to your information, we suggest you contact us in the first instance and we’ll do our best to sort things out, but you always have the right to discuss things with the Information Commissioner’s Office which oversees data protection in the UK.

…around 12 million adults in the UK see their GP with mental health problems each year. Most of these suffer from anxiety and depression and much of this is stress-related