The National Register of Health Service Psychologists (National Register) is committed to safeguarding privacy. Currently, the National Register does not collect, disclose or sell any personally-identifiable information that is simply and exclusively related to a view-only visit to the National Register's web site. Although the National Register currently does not collect any personal information about persons who visit our web site, the National Register reserves the right to do so in the future. However, any data regarding web site visitors that may be collected in the future will be used only for internal statistical purposes, market research and for improving services.
If, as a visitor to the National Register web site, you submit personal data such as your name, address, telephone number, email and other information, you are agreeing to allow the National Register access, storage and analysis of the data provided. Most of the information that you may be asked to provide must be collected in order for the National Register to provide you with the services and/or information you request. Your failure, or choice, not to provide any requested information deemed essential may limit the services that the National Register is able to provide. We continue to make every effort to ensure that any information you provide is secure and protected from unauthorized use.
Any information provided by psychologists credentialed by the National Register or doctoral students participating in the National Psychologist Trainee Register to the National Register through the web site or any other means, will be used to maintain accurate accounts, provide services and market new and existing services to our current and future Registrants.