Privacy Policy

Since its inception, Felder Psychotherapy has maintained complete privacy, safety and security for every client that has visited our website.

In order to demonstrate our firm commitment to you, our website patrons and clients, we'd like to share our policies on information gathering, privacy, security, unsolicited email, and more...

1. Your Personal Information: Our site may use forms for subscribing to newsletters and information requests. Contact information from all forms (including name, address, email address, payment information, etc.) is used to process each form and deliver orders to our clients. At no time do we, or will we, share any of this information with any other person or company, nor do we, or will we, rent any lists of names and email addresses that we have collected from our site visitors. Any financial information our clients submit, such as credit card number and expiration date, is used only to charge the client for products and services they are purchasing, and is kept strictly confidential.

2. Security: This site has extensive security measures in place to protect against the loss, misuse or alteration of the information we have collected from you at our site. All orders are processed using SSL encryption technology via a secure server. All client contact information including credit card number, name and address is guarded with the utmost security and discretion.

3. Unsolicited email: We do not use, nor do we condone the use of unsolicited bulk email. We take this issue very seriously. Please report any incidents of unsolicited email coming from or mentioning the domain to for a prompt and personal reply. All matters will be investigated and dealt with promptly.

4. Cookies: Cookies are small bits of data that can be stored on computers. We may use cookies in order to provide better service when visitors return to our site.

5. Public Forum: This site may make available a discussion forum/message board. Please remember that any information that is disclosed in that area will become public information and you should therefore exercise caution when deciding to disclose your personal information.

6. Children’s Privacy: We do not knowingly collect personal information from children under the age of thirteen. If we learn that we have personal information on a child under the age of 13, we will delete that information from our systems. We encourage parents to go online with their children. Here are a few tips to help make a child's online experience safer:

a) Teach your child never to give personal information, unless supervised by you.

b) Know the sites your child is visiting and which sites are appropriate.

c) Look for website privacy policies. Know how your child's information is treated.

7. Contacting the Web Site: If you have any questions about this statement, the practices of this website, or any other matter, please contact us at: