I guess more than anything this is a vent ...My son is in an Residential Treatment Center (RTC) about 250 miles from where we live...As part of his treatment plan, our insurance (not the Residential Treatment Center (RTC)) requires that we have a GDFT (geographically distant family therapist) with us on our end during our weekly telephone family therapy sessions. We have not found one yet (we have just done the family therapy with us on our end and our son and his Residential Treatment Center (RTC) therapist on their end). The insurance will not let us use the therapist we were using before and it is a major pain to find a therapist around here with openings and who will take our insurance-much less cooperate with the Residential Treatment Center (RTC) billing wise. We have just found out (via the Residential Treatment Center (RTC) not our insurance) that if we do not find a GDFT by the 27th (5 days from now) that our son will have to be discharged. Most of the therapists around here won't even return calls and our case manager at the insurance won't help us find someone (I've asked...) So, Monday morning I will be calling every therapist in the area AGAIN (and I have major phone phobia) trying to find someone...Otherwise, our insurance has been great so I guess I really shouldn't complain. It just seems like such a waste of time and resources.