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Many of you are currently dealing with a child (however old) with an mental illness. It was difficult for some reason to get a diagnosis in writing.
Time and again someone would start to treat him without a true assessment. Wilderness, 2nd Nature in Clayton, Georgia gave us that.
During his stay there, we had weekly one hour meetings by phone with his counselor. We also received letters from Charles including a Letter of Accountability included here. Unfortunately I don’t have all the pictures (some of them) and I don’t have the weekly update journal writings that Charles wrote for the whole group which were hilarious.
I decided to share this so you could see what one looked like and to show you what is behind a “troubled teen.” And troubled he was in so many ways.
Many of the things you’ll see in the LOA, Letter of Accountability, that they are required to write as part of the program will surprise you. I have a lot left to write about. 🙂
- Second Nature Psychological Evaluation
- Letter of Accountability– by Charles Rogers. This one was especially painful for me to read again. This letter was the only time he came close to admitting to us the debilitating depression from which he suffered.