UGH!!! They want to schedule a family meeting tomorrow (which is fine) and they are planning on sending her home then. She made the statement that I had talked to the inpatient psychiatrist, which I haven't and I corrected her. She said that difficult child only wants to focus on the anxiety. I told her that anxiety is the biggest issue and that it's incapacitating. difficult child did say at visitation last night that she spoke to the social worker yesterday who told difficult child that she was there because she was suicidal and argued with difficult child when she said she wasn't. I didn't and don't know how much of that to believe because difficult child twists things so that she is the victim, but after talking to the social worker today I do believe there is some truth in it. I really didn't care for the lady for the few minutes I spoke to her because she was busy talking over me the entire time. They said they gave her some "tips" for dealing with her anxiety. I almost laughed out loud. I told her, as quickly as I could because she didn't give me much time to speak, about the other big issues and that difficult child needs residential. Social worker responded that residential will just teach her more bad behaviors and I need to find a therapist that is an expert in anxiety. They don't know of any such creature, though. I put a phone call into inpatient psychiatrist yesterday and am still waiting to hear from her. So, this is going to completely backfire on me. difficult child is going to say they didn't do anything to help her and she's going to be right. I understand that this is a stabilization unit. However, since therapist spoke to regular psychiatrist immediately preceding difficult child being admitted (found that out yesterday), I've tried to contact inpatient psychiatrist, and therapist was going to contact inpatient psychiatrist, I was hoping for more services - a referral to residential or something. Not the social worker saying that difficult child only wanted to focus on her anxiety.