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OP here - uh, no. You are making things up out of whole cloth. I would never self-diagnose my kid. We have been through years of trying to get the best help we can find, and that does not include charlatans, vaccine-deniers and the internet. Try again.
By Hi_Five - / Thursday 3 December 2015 20:48 / United States - Wake Forest
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By  slaybastian  |  18

Why would she even speak to you in the first place if she knew she was full? Way to waste your time, esp for something that's so delicate. I hope you find someone better.

By  Kuibe  |  18

That's really unprofessional I can't see why they are highly recommended. I hope you find a good therapist to help you with your kid. Special need therapists can be really great if you get a good one. I know this because I use to see one for medical related anxiety problems... Best of luck OP.

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  stingray112  |  24

I've never understood why people think it's beneficial to tell OP what he/she should have done since there's nothing he/she can do about it now

By  slaybastian  |  18

Why would she even speak to you in the first place if she knew she was full? Way to waste your time, esp for something that's so delicate. I hope you find someone better.

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  Mpii  |  11

That's just the problem. In the field of therapy the therapist seems to be one of the best ones around. "Someone better" will be hard to find. However somebody who's nicer would be great.

By  Kuibe  |  18

That's really unprofessional I can't see why they are highly recommended. I hope you find a good therapist to help you with your kid. Special need therapists can be really great if you get a good one. I know this because I use to see one for medical related anxiety problems... Best of luck OP.

By  91hayek  |  31

Maybe she needed all that information to make a decision? Still, if she wasn't free she could have made a recommendation or referred you to someone she knew based on all that information. She of all people should know how hard it is for parents trying for their kids and that any help is welcome.

By  Siehnados  |  17

Sounds like your "special needs" kid had too many special needs for her to attempt to address.

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  Siehnados  |  17

But seriously tho, maybe she thought the kid was way too much hard work and decided to get out of it.

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  smallandroid  |  26

Then she could have said that the child was outside her area of expertise. No need to lie about that, it's perfectly acceptable and understandable for a therapist who doesn't think they're fully equipped to take someone on to be honest about that.

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  Siehnados  |  17

I'm not defending the therapist here, I'm just saying it might have been out of her depth and she didn't want to admit it. She should have said so tho.

By  Tripartita  |  43

Describing challenges and personal information? It sound like you got 45 minutes of free therapy!

By  Omfgitsmia  |  15

Permanently full? I'd be pissed at whoever recommended her unprofessional ass. She definitely could have referred you to a collegue better fit for your child's needs before letting you go through the trouble of all that explaining. Sorry OP. I hope you find the help you need.

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