Privacy Policy


This Policy represents how Abundant Life manage your personal information in accordance with the Privacy. Our Privacy Policy seeks to safeguard the privacy of your personal information in accordance with the Privacy Principles contained within the Privacy Act.

In addition to this Privacy Policy, we may also have specific and additional privacy provisions that apply to certain activities and promotions. In the event of any inconsistency between the provisions of this Privacy Policy and those other specific and additional provisions, the specific and additional provisions provided to you will apply.

Please note that if at any time Abundant Life is required by law to release information about you, Abundant Life must cooperate fully.

This Privacy Policy may be amended from time to time and may be revised.


Abundant Life recognise that your privacy is very important to you and that you have a right to control your personal information. We know that providing personal information is an act of trust and we take that trust seriously. Unless you give us explicit consent to act otherwise, the following policy will govern how Abundant Life handle your personal information and safeguard your privacy.

1.1 Types of Personal Information Collected

We collect your personal information from you directly. We collect your information to provide selected services to you at your request.

Abundant Life will not collect or monitor any personal information about you without your consent unless we believe it is necessary for the services required to be performed by Abundant Life.

Personal information which we may collect and hold include: –

  1. Your name and address including email address;
  2. Your phone number and mobile phone number;
  3. Any personal information you might provide through comments on our website or participation in discussions of courses provided by Abundant Life Personal information provided by you to us as part of your consultations or appointments with a practitioner.

Abundant Life may record anonymous information which tells us about visitors to our website but not the identity of those visitors. For example, we may collect information about the date, time and duration of those visits and which pages of our website are being commonly accessed. We may also use “cookies” that are small pieces of information that allow an organisation to track websites browsed by you. You may be able to adjust your browser to disable cookies. However, if you do disable cookies, you may not be able to interact with our website or take advantage of the improved functionality that cookies enable.

1.2 How Abundant Life Collects and Holds Personal Information

Abundant Life collects your personal information via:

  1. You choosing to utilise the services of Abundant Life and providing your personal information to us.

Abundant Life holds and stores personal information within a controlled third-party application discussed in detail at point 2 below.

1.3 Why Does Abundant Life Collect and Hold Personal Information?

Abundant Life collect and hold personal information about you in order to fulfil a service for you in relation to the provision of information resources (books, courses and online instruction) of Abundant Life.

Personal information is also collected to ensure that the products or services that have been sought from Abundant Life are effectively and efficiently delivered to you.

We may also use the information collected to provide to you information (via email or post) that has been requested by you. If at any time you receive material that you did not request or do not want to receive any such material anymore, see 1.4 of this Privacy Policy.

We will not sell, transfer, assign or rent your personal information.

Abundant Life may also develop aggregate (i.e. not individual) reports which incorporate some of the information.

We will not otherwise disclose your personal information to other companies without your consent.

1.4 How Can You Access Your Personal Information and / or Seek Correction?

You may access the personal information that has been provided to Abundant Life by contacting the Privacy Officer at Abundant Life: –


1.5 How Can You Complain About a Breach of the APP’s?

If you are unsatisfied with the manner in which Abundant Life have dealt with your personal information and wish to complain, you can direct your complaints to the Privacy Officer at Abundant Life at

Abundant Life will, within seven days, respond to you and attempt to resolve with you your issues as they pertain to your personal information.

If you are still unsatisfied, you may wish to direct your complaint to the Office of the Information Commissioner at


Disclosures of your personal information will not be made overseas without your express consent.

However, Abundant Life may store data on servers that are held overseas as part of the operations of our website or data storage.


Abundant Life will endeavor to take all reasonable steps to keep secure any personal information which we hold about you, and to keep this information accurate and up to date.


Patient files not currently in use are to be stored in a locked, fire-proof filing cabinet at all times, to which only the practitioner has access. Notes must be recorded either during, or as soon as practicable after, every consultation, to ensure that health records are accurate and up-to-date at all times. Patient files stored electronically will remain on a password protected computer at all times, or may be stored on a secure server. Patient files must not be given to any person other than the practitioner unless the patient gives clear consent to provide their health information to another practitioner for purposes of referral or treatment in the practitioner’s absence. Patient health information is not to be transmitted electronically unless for personal research purposes of the practitioner, in which case the information is to be de-identified before transmission. If the practitioner wishes to share client information for professional development/research/supervision purposes, it must be de-identified and any potentially identifying case details removed from the information shared. Patient cases are not to be discussed in any public place for any reason.

Patient files are to be stored for seven years after the cessation of treatment. Files which document any serious adverse event, or any circumstance that is likely to be the subject of legal action of any kind must be kept indefinitely. All files for disposal shall be shredded before recycling.

In the event that a patient requires access to their health records, the patient may be given a photocopy of records, but must sign a statement that this copy has come into their possession, thus relieving the practitioner of responsibility for the security of the information given to the patient.