In order to respect your privacy, you do not need to disclose personal information in order to access this website. You can browse without any restrictions or requirements. If you decide to share personal information, this will be used according to our statement of privacy. This statement applies to all site content, and you receive updates of any changes to company policy on this site.
When you submit an enquiry, personal information will be required in order to contact you. This may include your name, address, email address, and telephone numbers. Additional information may be required in order to provide you with more details and offer you the best treatment for your personal requirements.
Cookies may also be used.
The information that you disclose will help to develop a better service based upon your preferences and requirements. This also helps to improve the treatment techniques available, in order to achieve the most effective results.
Once you have enquired for further information, you will be contacted via the most convenient method for a consultation. The Ann Laughlin Hypnohealer promotional team may also send material containing special offers, and further information on treatments. This can also include content for market research purposes.
Unless you have given consent, we will not disclose your information to third parties. If you have agreed to the sharing of your personal information, then this may be sent to selected third party companies who also offer adequate data protection.
Cookies are individual pieces of text that become a part of your computer’s hard drive. They request permission through your browser, and once approved your browser will add that text in a small file.
Cookies provide a better means for web traffic analysis. With this feature, web applications can offer a unique service dependant on your preferences. Applications achieve this by gathering and remembering information based on your likes and dislikes. Cookies also enhance online chat facilities and site compatibility with interactive devices.