"This has been a much more positive experience than I thought it would be"

About: Inclusion Matters Sefton

(as the patient),

I originally was referred to counselling, with the encouragement of my wife, to discuss abuse I suffered as a child and also a sexual assault which happened to me at 19.

My wife died in August this year with cervical cancer, so my sessions became more about my bereavement, but my counselor was excellent and allowed me to go wherever my thoughts took to me.

This has been a much more positive experience than I thought it would be, as I am also registered blind and have many day to day issues to deal with. Thank you to all the staff and IM, especially Kieth.

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Response from Elizabeth Forrest, CBT Therapist, Inclusion Matters

Dear 'Isle532',

Many thanks for taking the time to leave your feedback for IM Sefton on Patient Opinion.

As I read your feedback I was struck by the amount of difficulties you have had to face. I was pleased to hear that you had a positive experince with our service and found your sessions with Keith helpful.

I wish you all the best for the future, and should you need us again you know where we are.

Yours,

Lizzie

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