"Acting to a plan - not a mood!"

About: Inclusion Matters Sefton

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

I feel from my experience I can now control my worrying and have learned to act to a plan not to a mood.

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Response from Elizabeth Forrest, CBT Therapist, Inclusion Matters

Dear 'MoodLady',

Thank you for leaving your feedback with us.

I'm pleased to hear that you benefited from your sessions.

I hope that you will be able to continue to implement the skills you learnt during treatment.

Best wishes for the future,


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