Privacy Policy

Amethyst Tiger is a small independent practice offering treatments, workshops and one-to-one coaching. We are committed to protecting your privacy and keeping any information that you provide, safe and secure. Your information is never sold or shared with any third party.

You can browse the Amethyst Tiger website without disclosing any personal information. However, at present, you can fill in a form to make contact with us, if you choose to do so.  In the future, you will be able to book and subscribe to a newsletter online. Of course, you will have to provide certain relevant information.  The information which you give will be used to answer queries and provide the services which you have requested. Occasionally, this information might be used to send you details of new workshops and treatment options.

This privacy policy explains how we use personal information collected from you when you use this website. It also explains how we securely keep any information which you might provide to us, upon initial consultation and subsequent treatments.


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All personal information collected is strictly confidential and is not shared. In very rare circumstances, it might be appropriate to correspond with a client’s GP or other medical adviser such as a specialist consultant. This is only ever done with the client’s specific agreement. Such activity might be necessary to both ensure that a client’s medical team agree that clinical hypnosis, for example, will support ongoing treatment. It might also be done to inform a medical partner of a client’s individual issues and progress. Once again, this is only ever done with a client’s specific approval (unless to inform relevant parties of a statutory notifiable condition…i.e. a serious contagious infection that puts public health at risk).

All personal record taking is done by hand and not written up in digital form. The only exception to this, is for clients treated at a distance, e.g. via Skype or other similar platform. In these instances, it is usually preferable for a client to fill in a questionnaire and return this via email. It is only on such occasions that any records are kept digitally and then only regarding the preliminary record taking. Treatment notes are written by hand and securely kept in a locked cabinet. Where appropriate, a copy of a treatment plan will be sent to a client via email, to secure agreement of treatment goals and approach.

In addition, a hypnotic script might be typed up prior to delivery or alternatively, a voice recording made of a hypnosis session. The former is written as a stand alone script and only assigned by the client’ initials.  A hypnosis recording might be sent to a client via the internet using appropriate file transfer protocols. The hypnosis recording sent to a client is only identifiable by a client’s first name and surname initial.  These recordings will be stored on computer.

All treatment notes are kept for a required period of seven years, after which time they will be destroyed.  Taking notes helps record your therapeutic goals, treatment routes and ongoing progress and development.

Therapeutic clients’ contact details (name, mobile number and email only) are kept in a digital address book, shared across computer and mobile phone.  Clients most often prefer to correspond by either text or email and so this process facilitates communication.


You have a statutory right to view any records which we might hold regarding you. A small administrative fee will be charged if you wish to see your notes.  You rights are in accordance with the 2018 GDPR legislation and all other relevant regulations.

Please contact us if you have any queries regarding our privacy policy or if you wish to have access on any notes that we might hold on you.