Dear Mr Westwood,
Having given your consent, your daughter has been having counselling sessions to help her through the process of moving to England and becoming a new student, and we have also been helping her with her grief for her mother.
We have been evaluating the sessions that Heather has attended and feel that you should know we are worried for Heather’s wellbeing and current mental state, we are writing this letter to encourage you to possibly seek a more professional help for your daughter.
The sessions have seemed to be helping, but we fear that we can no longer accommodate the help that your daughter requires. Heather is a troubled girl and we are simply worried about her wellbeing and would like you to know that we feel a bigger step should be taken.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any enquiries.