Parents, obviously, are quite concerned when their child comes to therapy. They want to understand what it is, how it works. So, generally, they can join the child for the first 10 minutes of the session, where they've got a chance to understand the explanation from myself as to, what is therapy, how does it work, what isn't therapy, you know, what won't we be doing, and also a chance to ask questions. They're also welcome, at any point, to contact the service if they've got specific questions. The only thing I can't ever do, as a therapist, is break confidentiality and tell them the contents of the session, but if they've got a question about therapy itself, then of course, we have to answer that.