The response team has a preventive function and does not perform actual psychological treatment. We know from several scientific studies that early attention to a given problem (while the person affected is still able to act) is efficient in enacting change. The response team can help create an understanding of the situation and may sometimes help describe an emotion. What you can get from a contact with the response team is “good advice” about how to act on the situation that caused the lack of wellbeing. If it is considered necessary, you will be offered a follow-up call, where someone from the response team will call you and “make sure” that any agreed action has been taken.