When you participate in the PSP Wellbeing Course, you will fill out forms and questionnaires asking for your name, date of birth, address, health history, and any other details relevant to your treatment. This information is collected from you for the purpose of providing you service and is stored securely.
The PSPNET services occur via the Internet and sometimes the telephone. There are certain points where we gather information from you.
When you provide your personal information to the PSPNET staff and therapists, we use your personal information to provide treatment services and monitor your treatment progress. In certain rare instances, we may be required to disclose your personal information, such as when there is:
Your personal information is collected and stored on our secure server within the University of Regina’s firewall-protected environment. All of the PSPNET staff are educated and supervised to handle your personal information with respect and care, as well as to strictly maintain confidentiality in accordance with this privacy statement.
There are many ways that you can keep your personal information private.
The PSPNET team is based at the University of Regina as part of the Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment (CIPSRT) in Saskatchewan. We developed an Internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy (ICBT) program for Public Safety Personnel (PSP), including First Responders called the PSP Wellbeing Course. You can learn more here.