As a member of CFAR I adhere to its professional code of ethics, which can be found here. The purpose of such a code is to protect clients from professional malpractice and/or negligence. It does not presume to specify the theoretical status of ethics within psychoanalysis.
I am also bound by the code of ethics of the College of Psychoanalysts - UK, which can be found here, and commit to uphold all sections of the UKCP Ethical Principles and Code of Professional Conduct, available here.
Confidentiality / Data protection
Psychoanalysis is founded on trust. The contents of discussions held during therapy are not written down or otherwise recorded in any way. I do not keep notes for sessions, and may only discuss work in the strictest confidentiality in the context of supervision and clinical excellence.
The only data collected is used for appointment scheduling, invoicing and tax purposes.