and with that Kanga sealed her own fate. Kanga was mad that I was coming for the family session instead of husband. The social worker told her that husband likely had to work but I would be there. SW and I spoke before we brought Kanga into the room and I clarified that husband is less of a limit setter than I am and Kanga is able to manipulate him more. SW said that is the impression she had gotten from Kanga. Kanga got increasingly agitated during the session. She wouldn't look at me. At one point she started on her "everything is my brother's fault" and I told her that she needed to take responsibility for her actions. At that point she growled, "That is why I NEED to kill you and Tigger." The family session was ended at that point and Kanga was told it was over because she was just talking in circles and not willing to work on the issues. The staffing was held about 30 minutes later and the psychiatrist (who she had been snowing) said this child can not go home. What is plan B? I explained that we were working on a funding grant for Residential Treatment Center (RTC). He said great, we are in this for the long haul and changed her 'goal' to treatment pending Residential Treatment Center (RTC) placement!!! She will likely stay at the current hospital for another 2 weeks and then they are going to transfer her to a medical hospital for a full neurological work-up as they suspect Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and organic brain damage. We are safe...at least for the next little while.