Terms and conditions
Understanding Childhood reserves the right to change the terms and conditions by posting the changes on line. Your continued use of the site constitutes acceptance of the changes.
All visitors to this site use all functions at their own risk.
To the extent permitted by law Understanding Childhood accepts no liability for any damage including consequential loss and loss of profit caused to the visitor or their property, computer based or otherwise, or software or data, caused as a result of their visit to this site.
Understanding Childhood makes no representations about the accuracy, reliability, completeness and timeliness of information contained in this site.
The site can only be used for lawful purposes and in such a manner that the rights of third parties are not infringed or restricted.
If these terms and conditions are not accepted in full the use of the site should be terminated immediately.
Information collected from the use of this site is used in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. Personal information is not knowingly shared with any third party unless permission has been given by you for us to do so. Completion of the order form for publications shall be taken as consent from you to Understanding Childhood Ltd to process your data in order to provide the service requested.
To set up links to this site contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We reserve the right to refuse to permit the link or to request that the link be discontinued. Links do not imply endorsement of the activities of that organisation.
Understanding Childhood may provide, or third parties may provide links to other worldwide web sites or resources. These sites have been selected by us but are provided solely for your convenience and not as an endorsement of their content. If you decide to access third party web sites you do so at your own risk. Any concerns about third party links should be directed to the respective site administrator or webmaster. If you wish to add, change or remove your data from our website please contact out webmaster for assistance.
All intellectual property rights, including copyright, in the materials and the content of this site, is owned by © Louise Pankhurst previously a Director of Child Psychotherapy Trust. All rights reserved. You are permitted to view and download documents and photocopy the leaflets and other publications for non-commercial and education purposes. Site visitors may not, sell, adapt, edit, republish or change any part of the contents of this web site, including downloadable documents, for any purpose whatsoever without our prior written permission.
The names, images and logos identifying Understanding Childhood and its publications and services are the proprietary marks of Understanding Childhood Ltd.