For those of you that don't remember, difficult child 1 had a major meltdown at Occupational Therapist (OT) last week because she "changed the rules" and also the routine she established. He went back today but was anxious as he usually is around people who've seen him in that mode for the first time. She had him start on the swing (normal routine) but then started doing social stories. I found that odd. She didn't do ANY of the physical stuff with him. Instead, she sat on a chair while he was swinging and threw "what if" scenarios at him. He said "you're not supposed to do those" to which she replied "it's so you can learn to see other people's point of view". difficult child 1 says he's not going back and, knowing him as WELL as I do, there is no way I will get him anywhere near there. Sometimes I get sooooooo confused by these "professionals". Am I the only one that finds this odd? Is this something an Occupational Therapist (OT) typically does?