Well I must say I was almost in tears when K had her discharge party! We brought 2 cakes, chocolate and lemon (her fav) she got up talked about what she had learned and liked etc. It was so cute!!! She got claps, high fives and hugs from everyone. She made so many friends and they all bonded so well. It made me love our little g'sfg so much more... watching a room full of them for 4+ weeks has been awesome! We spent over an hour on our discharge plan...psychiatrist was so great. He moved her GAF up to a 50 at this point!!! He also took off ODD !!! She is Mood Disorder-not otherwise specified, ADHD, Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) at this point in time... he wants to watch her "voices" and see how much she is "adding" to them. He feels if she can learn to deal with them and her depression she will be better off than throwing her in the ER everytime. Or overmedicating her. I thought this was pretty cool. He wants to check for seizures also... We are to check in every week for 3 weeks and then most likely come in. He gave us an emergancy plan!!! YIPPEE!!! We can attend the parent meetings anytime and call anytime with a question!!! He wants us to continue therapy for her and keep her as social as possible... and we are going to try and go slowly with the medication changes and see how she does. But he will stop anything if we don't feel comfortable!!! I love him so far!!! He is straight forward, told me I talk too much, to K. Let her talk more... when she is in trouble, make her talk more. Make her be accountable for her feelings and actions, don't fall back on my mood disorder and anxiety. Awesome! I met a very nice Mom of 2 adopted g'sfg and got her number!!! K loves her son!!! The cutie who is 10!!! It is scary coming home, I have heard some of you voice that before... I now know how it is. I don't have the safety net. Anyway K seems to be doing really well. My heart is so hopeful... I wanted to share.