I have been meaning to update for several days now but have not been able to find the time. Recap: took difficult child to see psychiatrist after her passing-ibuprofen-around-on-the-bus incident. psychiatrist was less than helpful. He said she needed to be reevaluated, and her teacher needed to fill out a new Conner's, so he could decide where to go from there. I mentioned a neuropsychologist evaluation and he did not know what I was talking about. As I explained myself, he said what I was looking for was some sort of education evaluation to look for learning disabilities, and that the school district could assist me with that. Um, no. Not what I was talking about. As I expected, he brought up medicating her. I got the impression he doesn't quite know what to do with her, so we might as well go with the pharmacological route. He wants to try Concerta, due to her poor attention in school. I don't think that's what she needs. She does not have any hyperactivity, she just can't focus well at school. JUST at school. That is a tiny fraction of her problems. I don't think her popping pills is going to make things better. We need help with her inability to express her feelings in a healthy way. Grrrrrrrr. so, I guess I'm back in the market for a psychiatrist.