The way in which therapy is finished is as important as your first session. Ideally therapy is completed when you are feeling that you have dealt with your issues, achieved your goals and have a plan for future issues if they arise. Please actively discuss finishing therapy with your psychologist. The final session is also an important time to review what you have learnt and achieved.
Your Psychologist will need to write to your referring Doctor about the progress of therapy and any future support needs.
We encourage you to say farewell to you psychologist properly and in a planned way. They genuinely are interested in your welfare and want to know that you making healthy choices.