So difficult child is at Residential Treatment Center (RTC). At the last minute I cancelled the secure transport, difficult child said he would feel better if i took him. I told him I would have to child lick his for and he agreed to that. He had moments of anger, fear, tears and a panic attack or two, but never tried to get out of the car or get physical. We went to the bookstore and got him a book and an art set before we left, and he did great in the store. Stopped and got lunch before we got there. When we got there he was asking everyone questions, anyone who walked into the reception area. He was just to anxious to wait to ask the treatment team leaders in his cottage.he was happy to see old psychiatrist. When psychiatrist said he would be treating him, he said yay. That was sweet. He found out he could keep his game boy as it cannot access the internet, he was happy about that. He had a roommate, a 15 yr old boy. Seems like a nice kid, I liked how he introduced himself to difficult child and told him he was his roommate. He has school monday thru thursday. They work with with dbt and cps. I am pleased with that, I think that will do him a lot of good. I like the staff, and they have a good staff to client ratio. The bedrooms lock from the outside but not the inside, so if difficult child is in his room he is not locked in, but no one but staff can get out. Not sure if they are going to do a complete medication wash or just try a different ap. The concern with doing a complete medication wash is he could end up being transfered to psychiatric hospital. I asked facility psychiatrist to call current psychiatrist and talk to her about it. I have him her cell phone number and he said he would call her. He mentioned seroquel and I have been thinking of that myself. I cried for half an hour after I left, as I drove off I brushed a garbage can and knocked off my passenger side view mirror. I could care less. I really hope this is the best thing for difficult child, I cannot help but wonder.