Good news on the therapy front!

So you remember I told you recently that my therapy funding was coming to an end?

I had 11 sessions left before the funding was due to end.

Dr. Barry was trying to source funding from somewhere for me to continue my therapy, otherwise I was going to have to pay for sessions myself.

Well, Eileen just emailed me.

She, bless her, applied for more sessions, without telling me that she was going to do it.

She didn’t want to get my hopes up, Just in case we didn’t get them.

Well, she just emailed me with good news. We got a further 26 sessions! So we are back to having 37 sessions left now.

That brings us well into 2024.

So I am so relieved. I don’t have to worry about therapy and whether or not we can continue!

I am so grateful to Eileen. She didn’t have to reapply. She’s just awesome for doing this. Its one less stresser now to worry about.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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