Photograph Karl Blossfeldt © Jürgen Wilde Archiv
Psychotherapy Practice Sebastian Potter Clinical Psychologist
For Visitors of this Website
When you access this website, your IP address will be recorded by my web host, 1&1 IONOS, with the time and which browser you used for your request (the "user agent") and the message as to whether the retrieval was successful (the status code). This data is stored temporarily in order to ensure the functionality of the website and will be deleted after three days. The data is used exclusively for the provision, optimization and security of this Internet page.
This data is not used for profiling or advertising purposes and will not be disclosed to third parties. No additional personal data is being collected. In particular, no cookies, or the like are created for tracking.
For questions, information or objections on the subject of data privacy and protection, please contact the office mentioned in the “Legal Information” (“Impressum”) in writing or by e-mail. If you believe that the processing of personal data concerning you is in breach of the General Data Protection Regulation, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the authorities at your place of residence or work or at the location of the alleged breach of data protection.
For (potential) Patients
Every practice collects personal data from their patients. The protection of this information is very important to us.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires that we provide information about why we collect, save and transfer data.
The Purpose of Collecting and Using Personal Data
During the course of psychotherapy we collect various information about your person and your health. These include the anamnesis (personal and life history), diagnoses, test results, therapy plans and session notes that we develop ourselves or receive from other psychotherapists or physicians (consultation reports, doctor's letters, etc.). The collection of this information is a prerequisite for a careful treatment. Of course, we handle these data carefully on the basis of the legal requirements and the rights and obligations arising from the therapy contract.
Recipients of Data
Psychotherapists have a duty of confidentiality. We only pass your personal data on to third parties if this is legally permitted and/or you have expressly consented. Recipients of your personal data may be, in particular, other physicians/psychotherapists and health insurance companies. The transfer of data is mainly for the purpose of billing the services we provide and to clarify medical or coverage issues.
Saving of Data
As required by law, all personal data and treatment record are kept for 10 years after the completion of the psychotherapy. Your data will be protected by appropriate technical and organizational methods.
You can revoke your authorization for disclosure of information at any time. You have the right to receive information about your stored personal data. If you notice any inaccuracies, you may request that the inaccurate data be corrected or deleted.
The government agency responsible for monitoring compliance with the Data Protection Regulations is the Datenschutzbehörde Rheinland-Pfalz.