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Night terrors and social interaction

Postby Brucemarsh » Sat Jul 19, 2014 7:06 am

My son suffers from night terrors. He also struggles to separate fiction from reality and often becomes very anxious. He is struggling to interact with children at school and is being bullied. About four years ago we took him to a child psychiatrist who gave his condition a name. They also wanted to inform his school. We were in such a panic that he was about to be labeled, we left without absorbing the details of his condition. We now want to know more. Can you help identify what might be the problem? Thank you. Bruce
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Re: Night terrors and social interaction

Postby Cheze2 » Wed Jul 23, 2014 11:46 am

Perhaps you could request the records from the psychiatrist that your son saw and look into what his diagnosis and recommendations were and begin to do a search from there? You could also make an appointment to speak to this person again, or get another evaluation.
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