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Privacy Policy

Visitors to are important to us. We do not record personal information about you without your permission. We collect only the information needed to create an efficient electronic gateway for public information.

Collection of Information

At, we automatically collect certain information when you browse or search through our web pages. This information is collected for statistical purposes only and is used to make our site more user-friendly. We do not use it to personally identify you. The following is the information we collect:

  • The date and time of your visit

  • Information about your browser type and operating system

  • The sections of our website that you visited

  • The Internet address of your device and the site that referred you to us

  • If you used a search page to find us, the search terms you used


We do not automatically collect personal information such as your name, address, email address, or phone number. Please note that some services may require you to provide personal information, but it is voluntary.



At the School of Sex Therapy, we utilize Google Analytics to gather information about the interactions of visitors on our website. First-party cookies are primarily used to collect non-personally identifiable information, which is stored securely and kept confidential. It is important to note that first-party cookies are not shared across domains. We want to assure you that our institution does not use any form of spyware, and we respect the privacy of our visitors. If you have any further concerns or inquiries about our data collection methods, please do not hesitate to contact us. 

Online Forms 

Any information that you provide while completing an online form will be considered voluntary and will be treated with the same level of confidentiality as information provided in-person during a visit to the University System Office or one of its universities. We may need to share this information with other departments or universities for appropriate handling. 

Public Disclosure 

Unless explicitly protected by federal or state law, any information provided may be subject to inspection by the public or disclosure. To learn more about public records and the circumstances under which they may be released, please refer to 1 MRSA § 401 (External Site) et seq. 

Incorrect Information


If you notice any inaccuracies or outdated information on our website, please don't hesitate to contact us at Please refrain from including any sensitive or personal information in your initial correspondence. We will make arrangements for the secure transfer of such information if necessary at a later time.


Contact Information 

To provide feedback or comments about the website or this Privacy Statement, please contact

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