ok, so we're starting home therapy. It's pretty intense, but the psychiatric says it's the only way we'll get anywhere. A psychiatric comes to you home almost daily and basically blends in. After a while, we all drop our guard and the psychiatric can see the root of the problem and help us to find a solution. I'm guessing it's going to be a little strange. husband showed up at the psychiatric appointment (never thought he would), anyway, he told the psychiatric about the financial control, the obsessive behaviors etc... psychiatric told him he is Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) clearly, but she's willing to work with him. It's kinda strange, because I never envisioned him seeing a therapist. psychiatric said I'm overprotective and walking on eggshells etc...duh! Anyway, husband is living at his parents, which the psychiatric said was a good idea and she felt we could get more done that way. If husband agrees to work with her, he can have appointments working with his relationships with the kids. Meanwhile, I'm wondering what it's going to be like having a therapist practically living here, it's a daily thing. I had explained how DS13's behavior changes based one who is with. They didn't feel like 2 days a month was going to help, because anyone can put on a show for that long. With the therapist here daily and basically becoming a family member, they feel true colors will come to light. I hope they're right. Actually, when I showed her some of the hidden videos I'd been recording, she was shocked, she said that's not the kid she sees in her office. Which is WHY I've been recording stuff. I know DS13 well. I love him, yet I see a side to him that can be very cruel. And Autism and Epilepsy is not an excuse for unruly. So we have a lot of work to do. She involved husband, because she said if he's willing to try, everyone will have a better outcome. In the end, even with divorce, we all need to remain decent and nobody needs to snap. This will hopefully make the whole transition smoother. So we'll see how it goes. I for one feel better knowing someone else will be here when times get tough. But I was wondering if anyone else has tried this before? How weird is it having a therapist in the house everyday?