Dear Care Quality Commission,
Please let me have all inspection records held for 'Start Smiling Again' or any other projects ran by David Rahman. The address given for the the project is
Oaktree Parc Clinic
The project claims to use "cognitive behavioural therapy, counselling, hypnotherapy, visualisation, coaching, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and Release Therapy to help clients overcome what is stopping them from leading a happier life"
Start smiling Again has won a contract with DWP to "to address the psychological and motivational barriers to employment"
Firstly we can advise that CQC does not have a legal remit for any care delivered in Wales. Therefore for any services in Wales you would need to contact the Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales or the Healthcare Inspectorate Wales.
CQC do not have a service of the description given registered with us. A service in Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland may be required to register with CQC, where they deliver care in England and where they are providing services within the scope of registration - http://www.cqc.org.uk/sites/default/file...
Therefore CQC does not hold the information you have requested.
Finally, whilst we have responded to you under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, technically your request is not valid as you have only provided a first name and last initial. The Act requires applicants to provide their full name, and as such any complaint about a request to the ICO could be refused on those grounds. It is therefore advisable to always include your full name.
We hope this response is helpful, but if you believe there is other information that can be provided by CQC about health and social care regulation, please let us know.
Information Access Team
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Care Quality Commission
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