So yesterday I went to Residential Treatment Center (RTC) as difficult child was seeing psychiatrist and we were supposed ti do family therapy. psychiatrist let it skip that difficult child was going to be going somewhere else to be with more kids his age (he had the most problems with kids his age, does well with kids older and younger) and difficult child blew. Sobbing, yelling screaming questions but would not let anyone else speak to try to talk, hyperventilating......they had me leave the room and psychiatrist and a staff member went in to try to calm him. I could still hear him for quite a while. psychiatrist came out and talked to me, asked if that was what I dealt with at home? I said yes, times 10. He said he was glad they had seen that, that difficult child was viewed as the favorite little brother as he is so much smaller physically and younger developmentally, that he had been an angel. Which is why they are moving him, current Residential Treatment Center (RTC) does not have a group age and developmental wise that will be best for difficult child, but another one of their programs at a different location has a program that would mesh better with difficult child developmentally. The other Residential Treatment Center (RTC) won't do a medication wash either, I guess difficult child is more potentially explosive than I ever realized, or I have just lived it for to long. They have started switching him from abilify to seroquel, and it is too soon to really see anything from that. difficult child now has another diagnosis, Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD) not otherwise specified. no shock really to me. So I will leave at checkout time from my motel to go get him. i did not want to drive 150 miles home and then 200 (one way) the next morning so I just stayed overnight. I hope this next Residential Treatment Center (RTC) is good fit, and that they can make some progress with him.