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A Bit Confused

By catdog55616 · May 13, 2019 · ·
  1. So I went down to the Guidance Office in school to ask about the school's psychologists. As I thought, you generally need an IEP to really work with one, unless I had a specific person I wanted to talk to. This just made me think, why would I really want to see them? I think I want to because I'm running out of adults to trust, and depending on how it goes, I could bring up autism. I'd really like to because I feel bad that I'm questioning so much without "doing anything" about it. Ah, should I even bother now? The school year is almost up, I wouldn't have much time with them anyway.


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  1. Peter Morrison
    I agree with tree 100%. Research the psychologists on staff, and ask to speak to the one of your choice. Schools have to work within the confines of law, ethics, and schedules. Be respectful of that. These are the people who are helping students in difficulty. Stay positive.
      catdog55616 and tree like this.
  2. tree
    It could be a head start for next year though.

    Also, if you go now, you won't spend any part of the summer
    regretting that you didn't check it out.
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