Our privacy policy is in line with Law 25 recents modifications « Loi modernisant des dispositions législatives en matière de protection des renseignements personnels » Click here to view this law .

Relevance of the information collected

We collect only the information essential to execute our client’s mandate.

Definition of Personal Information

“Personal Information” is a broad term that includes any information about or that can be used to identify an individual.  The types of personal information we may collect about an individual will depend upon the nature of the services we are requested to provide or the purpose for collecting the information.

Personal Information may not include certain business contact information, including your name, title or position, business or business email address, telephone, or facsimile number in your capacity as a colleague of an organization. Personal Information also excludes certain publicly available information, such as information listed in a public telephone directory.

Access to your Personal Information

Your Personal information are only used to execute our client’s mandate. The only persons who have access to your Personal Information are the persons identified by the client and who need to have access to this information. They are, for example, members of a selection committee in the case of a recruitment mandate. The members of the selection committee must sign a confidentiality agreement. No personal data is transmitted to third parties.

Use of Your Personal Information

The Personal Information collected are used only to execute our client’s mandate.

Personal Information collected

We collect Personal Information through our voice mail, email, and telephone interviews. During a recruitment mandate, candidates are sending us directly their résumé or are sending it to the client who sends it to us.


When a user enters our website, a cookie is automatically created for the duration of the user session. A cookie is a small text file stored on the user’s computer hard drive , while preserving the user’s privacy. This cookie is completely harmless and cannot contain viruses.

The use of cookies is common practice and many websites use them to better serve their customers. The information collected can only be used to provide the services requested or to improve navigation on the sites and web services. The information collected, such as the number of visits to the site, the path taken and the duration of the visit, remains anonymous and in no way allows the user to be identified.

Most browsers are designed to accept cookies, but the user can change the settings to decline them.

We also use the “Google Analytics Reports” feature to collect demographic data about the interests of the site’s users. This data, which is strictly unpersonalized and anonymous, is used to better customize the content of the site to its users and is in no way linked to any information (name, address, email, phone number, etc.) that would identify a user.


When you are communicating Personal Information to us through our voice mail, email or during a phone interview or you are communicating Personal Information to our client in the case of a mandate you are providing your consent to collect your Personal Information.

Right of access and rectification

You have the right to consult your file and to ask for a rectification.

Retention period

Documents in paper form are kept in locked file cabinets. Electronic information is protected by a password. The information is kept during five (5) years after the end of the mandate according to article 8 of the “Règlement sur la tenue des dossiers et des cabinets de consultation des psychologues (C-26, r. 221)”. After that period the documents in paper form are shredded and the electronic information is deleted.

Consent to communication by email

If you provide us your email address, we understand that you consent to communicate information by email. According to the deontological code of psychologists, it is compulsory to use methods to protect the clients’ identity and information. It is forbidden to transmit this information without your consent.

Limitation of responsibility

The content of this website as well as the content of other websites accessible through links on this website are provided for information purposes only. The texts, information and data published on the site or via links are offered “as is” on the date they were put online and are the sole responsibility of their authors.

Changes to our Privacy Policy

Our Privacy Policy may be modified to comply with any modification of the law or if we modify our data collection procedure. We invite you to consult our Privacy Policy from time to time to be inform of the modifications.

Person responsible for the protection of Personal Information

Diane Brunelle , Psychologist and Certified Human Resources Professional is the person responsible for the protection of Personal Information.

Last update of the Privacy Policy: October 12, 2022