difficult child has a pretty severe case of it. He has developed a hypersensitive anxiety about school since entering the day treatment program months ago. Sunday nights are horrible. He is lucky if he gets to sleep by midnight, which was the case last night, as they munchkins had yesterday day off due to the holiday. He simply cannot calm himself to sleep. Then he worries about not getting enough sleep. Couple that with the fact that he is convinced he will not sleep now that seroquel has been discontinued and - yikes! Immediately after discharge last week from psychiatric hospital, I took him to the store to get some relaxation CDs. He chose a two-CD set of classical music bcuz he plays the violin. He loves the CDs and plays them each night, while doing some breating/relaxation techniques we've learned, but it is as if there is a part of him that just won't shut off long enough for him to fall asleep. At this point, he is counting down the days till he graduates from the day treatment program. He is done there June 15th. I know this is not a problem exclusive to difficult children. There have been many nights when I have not been able to get to sleep because of something on my mind, but I was wondering if anyone else has any ideas of any additional things we could try. Thanks.