I want to thank everyone who replied to my last post. I really appreciate the advice and support. I guess here's the latest:A bout a month ago, difficult child's Therapist moved her from individual therapy to group therapy so that she could work on her issues "in general." Group therapy did not help her at all, so I canceled her group therapy and put her back in individual; her first apt. was this past Tuesday. When we got in the therapist's office, she basically attacked me. She started out obviously aggitated that we were back in her office. She asked what she could do for me, and I explained the behavior problems had slowly crept back in since she stopped individual therapy and had been in group. I explained that difficult child doesn't have the ability to apply broad concepts, she needs specific issues addressed, and then I followed that statement with, "You know what I mean?" No she didn't. Therapist then started in about how all she did was give difficult child positive attention and listen to her, and that if I would do that, that would be enough. To be honest, I was pretty shocked that difficult child has been able to so completely pull the wool over Therapist's eyes. I asked difficult child, "Do you really feel like I don't give you and positive attention or spend any time with you? Is that honestly how you feel?" difficult child, who had literally walked into Therapist's office and laid down like she was utterly exhausted after being out in the waiting area playing around with the other kids, says in her oh-pitty-me whisper, "yes." All I could do was stand up and walk out. I was dumbfounded. Therapist *knows* difficult child has psychosis, and is buying into difficult child's alternate deminsion version of reality anyway. Now what? New therapist? Let it go?