The response team has a preventive function and does not do 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 relation to going through with a change. The response team can help create an understanding of the situation and can sometimes help to describe an emotion. What you can get from a contact with the response team is “good advice” concerning how to act on the situation that caused the lack or decrease of well-being. 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.