I am in the process of trying to find a psychiatrist and psychologist (or other therapist) for C when he is released in July. He says he only wants women doctors (not sure why). I made an appointment with a psychiatrist already (6 weeks wait so good thing I booked that one now). I met with a psychologist today who has done a lot of work with sex offenders, inmates, etc. After hearing his story and reading through a bit of his diagnosis (BiPolar (BP) II and ASPD) she said his prognosis is "grim". My jaw sort of dropped when she said that word. So did my heart. She said he should not live with us at all but if he had to, that we should make a contract with him to move out within 90 days. I told her he has always had trouble holding a job (27 to be exact) and that the prospects for him being able to work were iffy at best. She said then he could apply for SSDI but that it was a sad way to live. I know she is right in that respect but it almost seems as if she seeing defeat without even knowing him. She wants to meet with husband and me before he gets out and then with C probably twice a week and in group. What do you think? Should I keep looking? She is quite far away from where we live. It is just that comment that made me leary.