"Problem Solving"

About: Six Degrees IAPT

(as a staff member posting for a patient/service user),

I have seen two therapist from six degrees one for 3 sessions and then another for the last 3 sessions, the first 3 session were mainly talking through my thoughts which I found weird at first. The last 3 session with the second therapist I found more beneficial due to establishing that I needed help with problem solving. My therapist gave me the tools  I needed at the time to make the decisions  I needed to make, which has proven since to be extremely helpful.   I will say that  I think the sessions could have been closer together because  I started in November 2019 and didn't  finish until  April 2020, there had been a bit of a gap in the middle of swapping therapist, which  I hadn't been told about so there could have been better communication on that occasion.   I do have to say that I had been made to feel welcomed and  I will use the service again should  I feel  I need to in the future.


Response from Natalie Warrick, Six Degrees Social Enterprise last week
Natalie Warrick
Six Degrees Social Enterprise
Submitted on 28/05/2020 at 10:23
Published on Care Opinion at 10:23

Thank you for your time in giving this feedback it is greatly appreciated. we have taken what you have said on board and we will endeavour to meet the needs of each patient where possible.

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