Privacy Policy takes online privacy very seriously and respects the concerns of our users. To help you make informed decisions about how you share information when you visit or use the Site, this policy (the “Privacy Policy”) explains our privacy practises with regard to information we collect through (the “Site”), as well as your rights in determining what we do with the information that we collect or hold about you.

Information You May Choose to Provide to Us

Personal data may be collected directly from you, if you so want. Among other things, you may supply us with your name, email address, birth date, or other personal information when you join up for our newsletters or participate in promotions or surveys on the Site.

When you engage in forums or debates on the Site, you may also opt to disclose personal information about yourself. Anyone who visits the Site may see or capture any information you publish in these forums. As a result, you should avoid providing personal information that you would like to keep private.

Information That Is Automatically Collected When You Visit

For example, we and our third-party partners use tools like cookies, web beacons, and other similar technologies to gather information about your use of the Site. Your IP address, operating system characteristics, browser information, and system settings, as well as information about the computer or mobile device you use to access the Site, as well as clickstream data, may all be collected automatically when you visit the Site (which shows the page-by-page path you take as you browse the Site). Some of the data that we or our third-party partners acquire about you automatically may be combined with information that you choose to supply.

A cookie is a little piece of data that is stored on a user’s computer by a website or other online service. Cookies (such as HTTP cookies, HTML5 cookies, and Flash cookies) and other forms of local storage are both possible on this site. Visit to learn more about cookies.. For further information on how to limit or disable cookies on your computer, see the “Your Choices” section below. The Site’s features that depend on cookies for enhanced operation may not work properly if you opt to turn them off.

We may use “web beacons” (sometimes known as “tags”) on the Site and in our communications to gather information automatically. Websites can use web beacons to track a variety of things, including the number of visitors, the paths users take around the site and whether or not emails we send are opened. Web beacons can also be used to see which articles or links are most frequently visited by site visitors. They are small files that link web pages to specific web servers and their cookies.

Third-party web analytics services, like Google Analytics, are also used on the site to supply us with statistics and other data on users.

Signals indicating “Do Not Track” (DNT). You may be able to configure your browser to automatically send a “do not track” signal to websites and online services you visit. The definition of “do not track” in this situation is still up for debate among business participants., like many others, does not react to browsers’ “do not track” signals. For further information about “do not track” signals, please visit this page.

These firms may also use automatic mechanisms to gather information about your activities with features provided by third parties (such as Facebook “Like” buttons) that appear on the Site. Those suppliers’ privacy policies or notifications govern this data acquisition. Our Cookies Disclosure provides further information about our use of cookies and other tracking technologies.

The following are some possible uses for the information collected by If you email us with a query, we will respond to you at the email address you specify in your email message. Among the other things we do with the data we get from people like you and through the Site is the following:

  • You will get the items and services you request (such as email newsletters) when you sign up for them.
  • give customer service in the form of responses to queries or comments, or both;
  • Direct you to parts of our site or other websites that we feel you’ll find interesting or useful via marketing messages;
  • Adverts, information and offers from us or third parties may be served to you depending on your interests and online activity.
  • Communicate and govern your involvement in various events, programmes, competitions, and other special offers.
  • Conduct, analyse, and enhance our business (which includes developing new features for our Site; evaluating and improving the user experience on the Site; reviewing the success of our marketing; managing our communications), •
  • Analyze the Site’s traffic and usage statistics (including market/customer/trend/financial analysis, anonymization of personal data, etc.);
  • Keep a close eye out for, and be proactive in detecting, and resolving any potential instances of, as well as actual, illegal conduct.
  • Legal regulations, law enforcement requests and our corporate rules must all be followed.

All of our third-party service providers and agents have access to the information we supply them while working on our behalf. It is understood that these third parties are bound by confidentiality obligations and are prohibited from using personal data obtained through the Site for any other reason than to deliver the requested support. As a result, we may also pass along some information:

  • Internally between us and our affiliates
  • By matching your e-mail address with the e-mail addresses of third parties with whom you have also agreed to share your email address and using such matching for the purpose of delivering personalised offers or emails, including social media networks, data management platforms, and other advertising technology providers;
  • However, if a court order or subpoena mandates that we do so, we will do so.
  • When requested by governmental entities such as law enforcement agencies and in order to fulfil national security obligations;
  • For example, if we feel that disclosure is required or reasonable in order to prevent bodily injury or financial loss or in conjunction with an investigation of suspected or actual criminal behaviour;
  • To provide marketers with information about the demographics of our audience through the use of analytics and statistical data;
  • In the event that we sell or transfer our company or assets in whole or in part (including a reorganization, dissolution, or liquidation). For example, we will try to notify you through email and/or public notice on our website of any changes in ownership or incompatible new uses of your personal information; and you will have the opportunity to opt out of these new uses of your personal information.
  • As long as you’re okay with it or whenever you want it.

Only as long as required will we keep your personal data for the reasons for which it was originally collected, such as allowing you access to the Site or providing you with services. Some data may be kept for extended periods in order to comply with applicable laws (such as document retention rules), resolve disputes with third parties, and for other business purposes. Our internal data retention requirements and this Privacy Policy govern how long we keep each individual’s personal information. We respect your right to privacy and will work to verify your identity and whether or not we have or are processing information we obtained from you upon your request. To correct or update any erroneous or incomplete personal information, seek deletion of your personal information, or request that we stop using it, you have the right to do so. Your request may not be fulfilled in certain circumstances, such as if it interferes with our regulatory obligations, impacts legal matters, we cannot confirm your identity, or it includes disproportionate cost or effort, and in any incident we will react to your request and provide you an explanation. Please contact us at if you wish to make such a request.

Your Decisions.

Stop receiving emails. Clicking the “unsubscribe” option at the bottom of an email newsletter will remove you from that newsletter’s mailing list. Please send an email to with “Unsubscribe” in the subject line if you wish to unsubscribe from any Choosing Therapy email campaigns. For example, we may include advertising or promotional messages in our emails, or we may send out separate newsletters on behalf of our sponsors and partners. In compliance with relevant regulations, we may reveal your opt-out preferences to third parties so that they can respect your wishes.

Cookies can be blocked. Cookie notifications may be set up in some browsers, and you may also be given the option of limiting or disabling particular cookies. However, if you choose to disable cookies, certain elements of the Site may no longer perform properly.

The disabling of local shared objects In addition to browser cookies, we may employ other types of local storage that operate in a similar way but are kept in other sections of your system. You may be able to disable or remove information stored in your browser’s HTML5 local storage. “Local shared objects” and their associated settings can be deleted by clicking here.

Third-party ad networks to choose from. For interest-based advertising reasons, we may use cookies and other tracking technologies, as mentioned in this Privacy Policy, as well as third parties. You may typically opt out of interest-based advertising by clicking here if you don’t want tailored adverts based on your browser or device usage. Please keep in mind that you will still receive adverts, but they will no longer be customised to your specific needs. Third-party advertising networks and services that employ these technologies may be found at and you can opt out or learn more about your options by clicking here. Additional methods for opting out of interest-based advertising may be found at the NAI’s website.

For your protection, we apply a variety of procedures to protect your personal information from accidental or illegal deletion and/or unauthorised access and/or disclosure or use. However, no website, including this one, can ensure the security of information sent over the Internet, and as a result, you bear some of the responsibility for the information you supply. Email us at if you have a data security question.

Links to other websites owned and operated by third parties may be found on this Site. We highly recommend that you study the privacy policies of any linked websites. Content, use conditions, and privacy policies of websites that we do not control are not our responsibility.

Surveys, quizzes, and other interactive elements on may ask for information about you and your interests and viewpoints, so be prepared to engage. These features are completely optional for you to participate in. It’s possible that some features may be managed by a company outside of, which means that the information you supply may be collected by this third party and subject to their privacy policies.

As a result, this website is not intended for minors under the age of 16 and no information on any such kid is deliberately collected by us. In the event we discover that a kid under the age of 16 has provided us with their personal information, we will immediately delete it.