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An Update!

By catdog55616 · May 18, 2019 · ·
  1. Firstly, I'd like to thank you all for your kind messages, they made me feel better! And about the school psychologists, I found something out the other day. While they're called psychologists and have the degrees to have that title, the role they play in school is a guidance counselor for kids with IEP's. I've decided to ask my therapist about it the next time I see him, granted he doesn't ask me anything that takes me off topic. I've also put more thought into whether or not I should ask to see someone on top of my therapist. We have weird insurance that no private practice in and around the area takes, and the cost is definitely a determining factor. In other news, the kitties we adopted late last year got spayed on Thursday! They're home, and pretty sluggish, but I missed them a lot when they stayed overnight. I can't wait for them to feel better and start running around again, ha!


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  1. Peter Morrison
    I'm very glad you took action. Even though they are supposed to facilitate IEPs, these people seem to have the proper credentials to be of assistance to you beyond that. Congratulations.
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