Privacy Policy

Miami Hypnosis & Therapy Respects Client Privacy

Privacy Policy

This policy is designed to help you understand your individual patient rights while using our site and services. We will use your personal data in accordance with this policy. Learn how we collect and use your personal information in order to help you make an informed decision about the use of our hypnosis practice and therapy resources. If you use our site or purchase our products, we may collect the following personal data, if provided by you:

  • Your name
  • Email address
  • Telephone number
  • Billing address
  • Any credit or debit card information provided

We will continue to update our policy in regards to patient privacy alongside updated Florida laws and regulations.


We take our patient’s privacy and confidentiality seriously and aim to keep personal information provided by you completely confidential. In rare, specific circumstances, we may disclose information when patients are at risk. The ethics and confidentiality of our practice are monitored by the American Psychological Association (APA). If we believe that you or another individual is in harm’s way, we have a duty to report. A few examples of when we must do this may be (but are not limited to):

  • A need to act immediately to protect the personal safety of the patient or the public
  • In rare cases of civil or criminal action, unless prohibited by law and upon the issuance of a subpoena from a court of competent jurisdiction
  • For statistical and scientific research when written permission is received
  • To other health care providers involved if allowed by written permission of the patient
  • In cases of medical negligence action

For a comprehensive list of other instances in which your provider may have to report, see this review of Florida laws. As a general rule, you should feel secure knowing that you have a safe place to talk about any personal matter with our qualified and professional therapists and hypnotherapists without fear that your personal information will leave the room. Our policy emphasizes transparency in regards to personal information and the use of our site.

We do not disclose your confidential information to outside parties however we may provide aggregate information about traffic to our site and web site information to third parties in certain circumstances. This information does not include data that identifies our patients. Please note: information and content on other web sites linked from our site cannot always be validated as factual.


When you provide personal information on our site to verify a transaction or begin a correspondence you can trust that we are using your information for that specific purpose only. Any other transactions requiring personal information (i.e., newsletter subscriptions or marketing purposes) will include further expressed consent from the patient and provide the opportunity to withdraw consent.

Anna Marchenko is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), licensed by the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling. To learn more about Anna’s licensure and credentials, please visit our About page.

You may contact us at (305) 790-3949 for additional clarification regarding Florida laws and practices in regards to our privacy and confidentiality agreement. We are happy to serve our patients in the Miami and surrounding area.

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