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Johnson-Choong, MSW

Privacy Policy


Welcome to Mental and Mindful Health. Throughout the privacy policy page, Mental and Mindful Health will be referred to “us,” “we,” “I,” “my,” “us,” or “our”. We respect the privacy of our users, (referred to as “user, or “you”). This respect crosses all lines of media, including this website and social media pages.

The purpose of this policy is to explain and help you understand your rights regarding use of this website and other media used by Mental and Mindful Health, along with what information we gather and/ or use.

Some of the information we gather can be considered by statistical. Through these numbers, we can determine how many visitors came to the site and which pages were used.  There isn’t any personal information associated with these statistics.

Information that is personally identifying is collected and used under these circumstances:

  • Any emails sent to will have a return email address. Also, it’s important to note that the above email address is not encrypted and therefore is not considered confidential. Although I do not share this email account, I do not have control of the route it takes to end up in my box. Also, on a sidenote, although I do my best, I may not be able to respond to emails sent to this address. I cannot offer therapy or any other therapeutic services through this or any other email correspondence. If you live in Washington State, and you’re interested in my therapeutic services, you can reach me here.

  • When you download a free workbook, we keep your email, with your permission, in order to send you newsletters that offer tips on mental and emotional well-being. We’ll also send you relevant information on books and classes being offered by Mental and Mindful Health. You can unsubscribe from this free newsletter anytime by following the instructions on the newsletter.

  • When you sign up for a class, we will keep receipts for tax purposes. However, we will use PayPal for commerce. We do not keep or store credit card numbers.

  • If you post on social media, that information becomes public. Before you post anything to our social media pages, please think about the ramifications. My personal rule of thumb is that I don’t post anything on social media that I wouldn’t want plastered on a freeway billboard. We discourage you from posting any kind of contact information, such as email addresses, phone numbers, street addresses, etc.

  • We have the right to delete any post that we consider inappropriate for the audience of Mental and Mindful Health.

  • We do not control social media platforms, such as Facebook, Instagram, or any others in terms of what information they collect when you interact with our social media pages via these platforms.

  • We also ask that you use professional sense when posting on social media. This means you must refrain from bullying, advertising, use of other’s information, threats, telling stories that are not your own, or posting anything else that doesn’t seem like a good idea or could hurt another person. Please, think before you post.

  • We don’t knowingly collect personally identifying information for anyone under the age of thirteen. We discourage the use of this website, the newsletter, classes, and promotional material for children under the age of thirteen. If you are a parent or guardian of a child of this age, and you believe they have given us identifiable information, please let us know and we will review and delete this information.

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