FOR VOLUNTEER COUNSELLORS/THERAPISTS/CLINICAL
qualified therapists to offer a minimum of 1 hour per week for telephone
counselling throughout the Covid-19 isolation period. Volunteers should
be qualified members of BACP, UKCP, BPS AND HCPC with valid indemnity
insurance and clinical supervision
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mobile phone from a website, allowing your device to return
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A cookie often includes a unique identifier,
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device's hard drive. Many cookies are automatically deleted
after you finish using a website
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They allow websites to create a customised view of pages to
which you navigate. For example, they are commonly used to authenticate
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HOW TO MANAGE YOUR
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Google Chrome, Safari or any other browser) by a website and
then stored in the cookies directory of your device. To check
and update your cookies settings, you will need to know what
browser you are using and what version of it you have. You can
usually find this out by opening the browser (just as though
you were going to use the internet) and then clicking on 'Help'
and then 'About'. This will give you information about the browser
version you are using.
To find out how to allow, block, delete and
manage the cookies on all standard web browsers, go to www.aboutcookies.org
and select the browser and version you are using.
You'll also find information about how to delete
cookies from your computer.
If you use a mobile phone to browse COVID
please refer to your handset manual for guidance.
We understand how important it is to
keep your personal information safe and secure and we take this
very seriously. We have taken steps to make sure your personal
information is looked after in the best possible way and we
review this regularly.
Please read our GDPR
about how we use the personal and healthcare information we
collect on your behalf.
updated on Friday 3rd April 2020, next review date on Saturday
3rd April 2021