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Privacy Policy

Connecte, Montreal Psychology Group’s priorities are to help you and respect your personal privacy. All personal information you provide to your treatment team is and will be kept properly secured at our offices, remain strictly confidential, will only be used by them to help and treat you and will not be disclosed or shared with anyone else, without you first providing your informed and specific consent in writing.

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On 22 September 2022, Bill 25, an act on the protection of personal information, will gradually start to come into effect over a period of 3 years. This law makes significant changes to the existing legislative framework for the protection of personal information. It applies to public bodies, but also to private companies, including psychology clinics.

We have appointed Jodie Richardson, PhD, psychologist and co-founder of Connecte Montreal Psychology Group, as our Data and Privacy Officer. Dr. Richardson will now have the following responsibilities within the clinic:

  •  Administering the Privacy Act
  •  Responding to requests for personal information
  •  Implementing privacy governance rules
  •  Maintaining records of disclosure of personal information
  •  Notify the Commission d’accès à l’information (CAI) of any privacy breaches involving personal information
  •  Maintain a register of privacy breaches involving personal information

Additional measures will be put in place during 2023 and more details will follow.

If you have any questions or concerns, you can contact Jodie Richardson, PhD at jrichardson@connectepsychology.com