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Changes to data protection are imminent with the introduction of GDPR from the 25th of May 2018.
This means that we need to be 100% sure that you want to receive emails from us. If you do not let us know that you want to receive our emails, then we will no longer send them to you from May 2018.
>>Update your Communication Preferences
You can now update your communication preferences from your profile page in the Members' Area of the website.
To log in simply click here: https://www.nationalhypnotherapysociety.org/members/.
Don't know your username? Click here: https://www.nationalhypnotherapysociety.org/members/username/.
Don't know your password? Click here: https://www.nationalhypnotherapysociety.org/members/password/.
In the Members' Area, locate the 'Check or Update your details' box, and click the 'My Details' button.
Scroll down to 'Communication Preferences' and select all of the boxes that apply, then click 'Update Profile'.
The options are:
. Receive Newsletters and Updates from the Society
. Receive CPD invitations from the Society
. Receive Information about Work or Placement opportunities from the Society
. Receive Membership Surveys from the Society
Please note that you must opt in if you want to continue to receive emails. If you do not update your communication preferences to receive emails from us, then you will no longer receive newsletters, CPD invitations, work or placement opportunities, or be asked to participate in membership surveys as of May 2018.
You can, of course, opt in or out at any time.
You can also update your communication preferences by calling the Administration Team on 01903 236 857, or by writing to us at:
The National Hypnotherapy Society
19 Grafton Road
Don't forget that the Society has some useful information on GDPR available in the Members' Area of the website that you may wish to read.
You can also contact the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) directly if you have any questions or concerns about the upcoming changes.