Last week the psychiatrist said the gal had called and left a message for him and he looked at me strangely when he said it. The gal called me at work today and said she wanted to meet with us next week. I assumed all this was to prepare for difficult child's court in 2 weeks. I had a funny feeling about things though since I never heard anything from her when I left a message a week or so ago asking if there would be any problem if we changed psychiatrist or therapist. She only left a message back asking what hypomania was. I faxed her a lot of info about BiPolar (BP) and still never heard anything from her, until today. She did something like this last year and I learned that with her, this could mean she is out making rash decisions. She went to see difficult child at school today and difficult child said she just asked the same old questions and why he had gone to psychiatric hospital a few weeks ago. So, difficult child and I had an appointment with a therapist today. therapist said he got a message from gal asking him to return her call and something like "so, I understand the treatment plan is changing". Now, I never said the treatment plan was changing- I asked if there was a problem changing therapist or psychiatrist. Really, there was no therapist name listed in court order so we were not ordered to see any specific one. But what really bugs me is that it isn't exactly like I had gone in there telling all of them that I was considering changing. I wanted to discuss things with them that I felt we needed from treatment and determine if we would ever be able to get it from them. I don't think that is the "plan" changing, I think it is changing people if they can't or won't help with the plan. I called and left a message for her when we got home asking if the treatment plan was changing because I wasn't aware of it and saying that I hope she didn't misinterpret anything I had said. Really, she probably thinks the treatment plan is the person. Never mind the fact that neither one of the tdocs we are seeing WROTE the treatment plan. The MDE team psychiatrist wrote the treatment plan. It was consistent with what regular psychiatrist had told us. Why doesn't this woman just call and ask me about her concerns before doing rash stuff then basing her recommendation to the judge on this? Then, this therapist appointment- well, I won't even get into it. It is just more frustration. Just more "well the medications should be taking care of it all". Well, they don't, ask psychiatrist, and if they did we wouldn't be here. These are the ones that leave me convinced that they do not know as much as they lead me to believe when I asked multiple times "do you have experience providing therapy for individuals and families with BiPolar (BP)"? Of course they do- they say. I guess all the people with BiPolar (BP) before my difficult child had all their symptoms disappear once on medications. There's more- I will save it. It is probably just me expecting too much again.