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Questions about my assessment

Will I be involved in making decisions?

Yes - we always aim to work with you to make the best decision about your treatment. Our Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWPs) are trained to help you make these decisions based upon what treatments we know really do help.

Who has to know about my assessment?

We will need to tell your GP some details so they have accurate and up-to-date information on your treatment. They will need to know the outcome of the assessment and what plan has been agreed for your treatment. Please speak to your Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner if you are worried about this.

We understand that there may be times when you are feeling so bad that you may feel you want to hurt yourself, or are having suicidal thoughts. If we think that there is a high risk of this happening, we do have to tell your GP and other important people.

Again, your Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner will talk to you about this properly and discuss any concerns before speaking to your GP.


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