Privacy Policy

Our privacy policy complies with GDPR legislation that began on 25th May 2018. Our aim is to give you peace of mind and confidence knowing that we will manage your data correctly and explain clearly and in detail how and why we use and collect your data, and your rights.

Dee Taylor Therapies


What  information do we need prior to treatment?

We need your contact details which include name, address, postcode, email and phone number. We also need information about your health, lifestyle and age for treatment to go ahead.

Why we need this information

We need the above information in order to:

  • Provide a safe and suitable treatment, and to allow us to make tailor-made treatment plans for you.
  • Comply with the professional code of conduct and ethics set out by The Reiki Federation and The Federation of Holistic Therapists, and also for insurance purposes.

Lawful basis for processing your personal information and your rights

We have a lawful basis for processing your personal information, meaning there is a legal reason to ask for your data because of contractual reasons.

You must fulfil your side of the contract (share your personal information) in order for us to fulfil ours (carry out treatment).

You have the right to NOT share your personal data with us, but if you do not we are unable to offer you a treatment at Dee Taylor Therapies.

How long will we store your data for?

We must retain records for a period of at least 7 years from the date of your last treatment. In a minor’s case, this would be 7 years after their 18th birthday.

We will not share your data

Dee Taylor Therapies will not share your information with any third parties.

If you feel we are not handling your data correctly, you have the right to complain

If you have any questions relating to this policy or the data we hold for you, please contact us in writing at

You have the right to complain if you believe we are not handling your data correctly; please use the contact details above.  If you are unhappy with our response to your complaint you should then contact the ICO (Independent Commissioner’s Office) using the following link: