Endings of any kind can bring up a wide variety of thoughts and feelings.  Some people find that coming to the end of a short course of therapy might feel a little unsettling.  Yet, it can also be a good opportunity to take stock of, and celebrate the changes and achievements made.  This is why, wherever possible, we will work together to end therapy in a considered and planned way.

As therapy comes to an end, we will think together about the ways in which you can continue and build upon your progress.  We will also suggest creating a plan for any anticipated upcoming obstacles or setbacks. 

For some people, having a follow-up session some weeks or months after therapy has ended can provide a sense of comfort, and a point in the future to work towards.  During a typical follow up session, we would check in and review how things have been going, and discuss any challenges encountered and continued progress made.