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  1. I wonder if anyone has any information on this? I have found some information here: http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/counselling-at-work But is this information accurate for UK mainland? ie England? if not does anyone have any information regarding 'counselling forms, counselling session or anything to do with counselling at a place of work without the use of a trained and professional counsellor'? Im interested to learn more about it.
  2. My brother-in-law as a history of depression and anxiety. His G.p as offered counselling. He as just started the process of moving onto ESA from IB and feels that this would be too much at the present time. He is now worried that if he refuses the doctor will not support him. He is going back in two weeks time and I would like opinions of anyone who as been in a similar situation.
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