Yes, that's right. V's new therapist was scheduled to see him at school this week. She ended up going to my other son's school and having a little session with my oldest! The teacher thought it was scheduled... so she went along (easy child was also crying at that time because of another classmate, just kids' stuff). So after talking with easy child's teacher, I then called the new therapist office and talked to therapist directly about the whole confusion... She says she knew from the start it was the wrong kid but since easy child was crying she thought she'd do a little session with him. I'm not sure what to think of all that. She meant well, but I don't think anyone should be able to talk to my kiddo without my expressed permission. She tells me easy child was fine after the session and that he is very bright and enjoyable. DUH!! You just talked to the most well adjusted kid on earth! And yes, he was fine because nothing was really wrong to begin with (easy child tends to cry easily when there is a conflict, probably because conflicts are so rare for him). She then offers to have both V and easy child during some sessions to kind of help with what we are going through... Thanks, but really easy child and difficult child get along quite fine. easy child is just wonderful when things get rocky and he actually protects his brother a lot. I know it is a big responsibility for a 6 year old, but he handles it pretty well right now. What is this woman who wants to fix problems that don't even exist???