Clive has had to wait 8 weeks for an initial assessment with a therapist to check if he was depressed enough for therapy. It turns out he was.
Clive had to then wait another 16 weeks for this first therapy session.
Clive is not sure if you ever have to wait sixteen weeks for any other medical treatment to begin.
After four weeks and a valiant attempt to be counselled by a half wit therapist, in an uncomfortable faux leather chair in a warm room, Clive realizes that his problems do not fit with the limited mental health support the NHS has to offer.
Also the name of the Medical centre is starting to grate.
Clive has gone is search of alternative therapies.
None of these seem too promising. But who knew so many people in London were struggling with Black Magic problems.