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    Thank you everyone, I have lots of advice to take on board and will do my best healing my family xxx

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    We are having similar issues with DS7 and have recently got a referral from the gp for Medicare rebated sessions with a counsellor. He has been great at connecting with ds and helping him get behind why he does things.
    We can't begin to address the behaviour until we know where it's coming from. Punishing the behaviour doesn't help fix the problem.

    I hope you get to the bottom of the issues and can begin to start seeing improvements.


 

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