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post #21 of 24

Oh. That is just awful.  I am so sorry for this young girl. How great that you can help her along.

post #22 of 24

Wow, that's a really tough place.  There should be something in place for kids in situations like she is.  I hope she finds a way to a better life.

 

Tjej

post #23 of 24

She is so luck to have you and your family in her life.

 

I just wanted to add that I am a psychologist and most psychologists in private practice that I know will use a sliding scale or do pro bono work at times.  I'd encourage you to call the therapist and explain the case to him/her and see what type of fee you can arrange.  You can also get a feel for the person by doing that. 

post #24 of 24

Sorry, just noticed that his is an older thread.  You've probably resolved things one way or the other by now. 

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