Of course, I have a copy of every one. But, this time, it took me a while (what a surprise, eh?) to get current psychiatrist's referral for the Residential Treatment Facility (RTF). If you remember my frustration with psychiatrist (at partial), she left 6 emails and 4 days worth of phone calls left unattended to. Not to mention my son being sent into some type of manic episodes from the Concerta and her negligence to check up on him or return my calls. And, not to mention the fact that the Buspar was also causing increased stimulation and manic type behaviors, and once I, myself, tirated off of the Buspar (because she wouldn't return calls), he calmed down a tad. Then, last Thursday when D's head went through the window, and her only advice to me was to pump an additional 100 mg Seroquel PRN into him with her offer to "type up the referral right away" - I thought, good, I'm done with her. Of course, I am, but.....I have to share a paragraph from her referral to the Residential Treatment Facility (RTF), because, it's interesting. It paints a picture of me, no matter how brief, that really burns my rear. It reads: "In the last week, mother had been quite anxious and upset about D's continuing behaviors. She has decided that she cannot keep him safe in her home, after an incident in which he put his head through a glass window in his anger at not having a snack he wanted when he came home. I had indicated that I would recomment an Residential Treatment Facility (RTF), and mother became somewhat agitated when I was not able to complete the evaluation as quickly as she had wanted. As we have discussed these issues, it has become clear that mother tends herself to be somewhat overstimulated by the struggles in the home". OK, MY SON PUT HIS HEAD THROUGH A GLASS WINDOW IN HIS BEDROOM. Not only that, the way he did it, he had to bend over the bed, and had he slipped, tripped, lost his balance, combined with the way the glass broke (all in the center), he would have severed his NECK! So yeah, umm, maybe I was a little anxious? And then, my MHMR worker gets the voice mail, 3 days after we asked for the evaluation (that psychiatrist PROMISED us we'd have right away), that says "psychiatrist will get to it when she gets to it", and was very, very rude. And, I was actually asked by therapist at partial to file a formal complaint against psychiatrist for negligence, which I did. So, I get this LOL! I mean, c'mon - let's grow up. I know it's probably kinda childish on my behalf. I'm not offended. I'm just mad because she SHOULD have put "due to my negligence and ignorance, mother became agitated because she contacted my office Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu and did not receive a return phone call, nor could I take 22 seconds to reply to any of the 6 emails she sent me the previous Friday, Sat or Sun". Thank GOD he's getting out of there.