Last updated: November 6, 2023
Interpretation and Definitions
When capitalized, certain words have specific meanings as outlined in these conditions. The definitions provided here apply regardless of their usage in singular or plural forms.
Account: A unique account created for accessing our Service.
Business: Refers to the Company under the CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act), specifying its role in collecting and processing personal information.
Company: Also referred to as “the Company,” “We,” “Us,” or “Our” in this Agreement, it signifies Bijul Psychotherapy, PLLC, based in Houston, TX.
Consumer: Under the CCPA, it denotes a California resident and defines the criteria for residency.
Cookies: Small files placed on devices by a website, storing browsing history and serving various purposes.
Country: Specifically, Texas, United States.
Device: Encompasses any tool capable of accessing the Service, such as computers, cellphones, or tablets.
Do Not Track (DNT): A concept advocated by US regulatory bodies to allow users control over online activity tracking.
Personal Data: Information related to an identified or identifiable individual, as defined under the CCPA.
Sale: Under the CCPA, it includes various forms of transmitting personal information for consideration.
Service: Refers to the Website provided by Bijul Psychotherapy.
Service Provider: Entities processing data on behalf of the Company to facilitate or analyze the Service.
Usage Data: Automatically collected information, generated by or from the Service's use.
Website: The Bijul Psychotherapy site, accessible via www.bijulpsychotherapy.com.
You: Refers to users accessing the Service or the legal entities they represent.
Collecting and Using Your Personal Data
Types of Data Collected
Personal Data: Information collected may include:
First and last name
Address, State, Province, ZIP/Postal code, City
Usage Data: Automatically collected information encompasses:
Device’s IP address, browser details
Visited pages, duration, and timestamps
Unique device identifiers and diagnostic data
Tracking Technologies and Cookies
We utilize various tracking technologies:
Cookies: Small files stored on devices; refusal may limit Service accessibility.
Flash Cookies: Local stored objects collecting information separately from Browser Cookies.
Web Beacons: Electronic files tracking website usage and email interactions.
Cookies can be either “Persistent” or “Session” and more information can be found on the Privacy Policies website article.