We’ll try to do the right thing, but like anybody else, we might be hacked.


YDGM holds information on its clients when you sign up. This includes the contact information given on registration and general notes that you've shared with me. Most of this is digital; some is stored in a spreadsheet. It is password secured, but if the US government can be hacked, then everybody else might be as well. There is always risk. 

We will use your data to send messages relevant to the practice and to your agreement with your services, but do not and will not sell it to marketing companies. We get spam; we know you don’t want it. 

It’s your information: if you want it, we’ll give it to you, but will of course must verify that ‘you’ is really you. In very rare circumstances we may be required by law to release your records, for example if ordered by a court, or there is an imminent risk to the life of yourself or others.


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— May 2018