Susan Hansen Porter, L.C.S.W.

Counseling Services, P.C.

Privacy Practices


Website Privacy Notice

Public Information – This online service (the “Service”)  offers access to information on Counseling Services, PC. services and facilities, affiliated physicians, and other health-related content to anyone who accepts the Terms of Use. Counseling Services, PC. through ,, makes this information publicly available without the need for the user to disclose any personally identifiable information.

This online Service also offers you the opportunity to pay your bill online.  If you accept the terms of use.

Counseling Services, PC. offers you this Service on these conditions:

that you are 18 years of age or older;
that you have the right and ability to agree to the Terms of Use;
that you agree to the Terms of Use

This Service is intended for use by adults and, in some cases, teenagers over thirteen. Some areas of this Service may, however, be attractive to children.  Consistent with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998, we will never knowingly request personal information from anyone less than 13 years of age without prior verifiable parental consent. If you become aware that your child who is less than 13 years of age has provided us with personal information without prior verifiable parental consent, please contact us at and we will use our best efforts to promptly remove such information from our files.

System Security – Counseling Services PC has taken reasonable steps and has employed industry-standard practices and technology to ensure the integrity and confidentiality of personally identifiable information; but because even the most secure computer system can be violated, Counseling Services PC cannot guarantee security.  

Third Party Services – Counseling Services PC utilizes a third party, Converge Services, to process all credit card payments.  This is done for increased security.

Use of Cookies – Like many sites, utilizes "cookies." A cookie is an alphanumeric file that transfers to the user's computer during a session to help improve the Internet experience. uses cookies: (1) to keep track of the pages previously selected during the session, in order to enable "Back to Previous Section" capability; (2) to enable general usability statistics that can be used to make the site better; and (3) in situations where users proactively identify themselves (e.g., with a user name and password), cookies help serve up personalized functionality without the need for users to continually re-identify themselves during their session. Cookies are randomly generated, are used only for one session and are then destroyed, and are incapable of identifying the user. ​​​