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    I'd be surprised if she meant it as that it'd be a waste of time, especially if she knew how much this was affecting you..

    You have a Dr, CPN Mental Health specialist Nurse, I thought you had occupational health too - I can't remember if you had a psych etc? That makes a team imho...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suzi View Post
    I'd be surprised if she meant it as that it'd be a waste of time, especially if she knew how much this was affecting you..

    You have a Dr, CPN Mental Health specialist Nurse, I thought you had occupational health too - I can't remember if you had a psych etc? That makes a team imho...
    I know but sometimes it doesn't help with the comments she makes,always negative.

    The Dr doesn't really do anything.

    The cpn nurse has been different everytime they've called.

    I had an occupational health assessment over the phone but no contact since and no help from them as I was waiting for the cpn nurse.I suspect that was just for works benefit.

    The last comment I got from work was you had your OH assessment at the end of Oct and she said you'd be back in a few weeks,which was rubbish as I told her I was waiting on the cpn and wasn't sure how long it would take.

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    Maybe you could call the Dr/CMHT and try to get something more in place?
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    Maybe you could call the Dr/CMHT and try to get something more in place?
    I might call the cpn place tomos and ask again about them letting me know when there going to call me etc

    Not looking forward to talking to work, again lockdown has ruined my plans in getting out etc and put my anxiety back up, feeling a bit fed up atm as soon as I take a step forward something else gets in the way.

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    Definitely call the CMHT and see if they can give you an appointment - even if it's a day and a am/pm kind of thing...

    Could you try building up going out by going out for a walk?
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