Dr. Carley Christianson, Christianson Counselling
On October 23, 2017, an employee of the Organization sent an email with two attachments that included personal and identifying information to the wrong email address. The employee meant to email the message to herself, and when the email was not received, it was noticed that the message was sent to a mis-typed email address. The Organization said it was unclear who the unintended recipient is, and is not sure if there was a recipient as it might have been sent to an inactive email address. The Organization asked the unintended recipient to delete the email and confirm the deletion of the email but did not receive any correspondence from the recipient to date.