Hi! I am new to the group and wanted to introduce myself. My name is Amy and I am really excited to have found this group. I have three children Julia 8 years old, Sam 7 years old and Ava three years old. I'm joining this group for support with my son Sam who has had a difficult tempermant since infancy and was diagnosed with Disruptive Behavioral disorder not otherwise specified. My daughter Julia has an anxiety disorder called Selective Mutism and is in treatment (and making good progress!). We are currently in the process of changing psychologists for Sam in hopes for a more accurate diagnosis and more effective treatment plan. He has had a very rough couple of months and were hanging on until we can get in to our new psychologist. We have also set up an appointment for a developmental evaluation but couldn't get in until mid June. We are concerned that he may either be bipolar or possibly very mild Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD). He has a very rigid thinking style, difficulties with sensory processing (especially auditory), exposive, limited interests, anxious, shy, and poor independent play skills. He is also very smart, creative, sociable, and on track developmentally for the most part. He currently receives PT for coordiantion issues and Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) for articulation. In preschool he received Special Education services due to social skills/anxiety and Occupational Therapist (OT) for visual motor and sensory processing. One of the biggest issues that I struggle with is that he is very very well behaved at school (however he does look somewhat anxious). It just seems like if a child had such a serious condition as bipolar of autism, it would be seen across all settings. Do any of you have children that only have behavioral difficulties in the home?