We had our first sibling visit in 10 months. It went very well. We played basketball and walked around the grounds of the Residential Treatment Center (RTC). Eeyore played basketball but then stayed behind when we went on our walk. The younger 3 seemed to have dealt with it as well as could be expected (Tigger had nightmares, Eeyore became a total crab for a few days, Piglet was oblivious as usual). Kanga avoided our calls for 3 days. She said she didn't feel like talking to us. Kanga and I had a nice conversation yesterday. She said she liked the visit but that her voices were telling her mean things about the kids again. She does seem to want to beat the voices this time. She called the therapist and they are going to meet tomorrow to discuss the voices again. She also said she still wants the next sibling visit to happen as scheduled (in 2 weeks). I told her that we were very proud of her for telling her therapist about the voices and that is an important step in learning to control them. It saddens and frightens me that a 45-minute visit could trigger the voices against her siblings. Has anyone had a difficult child with command hallucinations who ever gained control over them?