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Post seemed to be an expert, a nd he guaranteed a positive outcome.
Theibert decided it was worth a try, therapy cost more than $ 5500. However, one tracked behavior of five children therefore the other involved 28 children served by a Arkansas agency that switched to Post’s program and reported a 90 percent drop in cr interventions. So Portsmouth Department of Social Services spent $ 171000 to keep a single child in a Post therapeutic foster home for 16 months. Social Services Director Reynold Jordan wouldn’t say why. As a result, child has since been removed from toprogram. Anyways, maybe it was time to try something radical, she finally suggested to Theibert. Now let me tell you something. Her social worker, Joan Duhaime, was right after her rope, isn’t licensed as a mental health professional in Virginia. Post also offers ‘self help’ materials to other therapists with titles like How to Become a Financially Independent Therapist and Speaking and Selling to Skeptical Mental Health Audiences, including How I made $ 21300 in one public week speaking. It has since relocated twice, to Mississippi and Alabama. Its Web site offers a doctorate in 12 months for $ 2295. It is he received a Ph. This is tocase. On his Web site and printed materials, Post refers to himself as Dr. Columbus University, an unaccredited distance learning institution located at time in Louisiana. Post. Of course s/he is allowed to do -it is still psychologically coercive, Mercer said, even if mat work Post does now was not physically coercive -if person on mat wants to get up. Of course often therapy will include mat work in which family members will give vent to their emotions while lying on an air mattress. Nonetheless, sometimes Post or one of his therapists must be in her home for up to 24 hours at a stretch, Ice said. While in accordance with figures supplied by his accountant, his local operations had a net loss of $ 125000 last year and Post himself earned $ 40000 in salary.
Post insisted in interview -at times tearful, at times pounding table for emphasis -that he is losing money.
Diagnosed with mental retardation and autism, he had spent time in a psychiatric hospital and was prone to ‘selfmutilation’.
Her son Michael, whom she adopted at age 8, was exposed to drugs in womb and had spent much of his first seven years locked alone in a room. At opposite end of spectrum from Theibert is Wilma Willie Ice, a single mother of three adopted children in Henrico County, outside Richmond. On p of that, while setting fires, and urinating on tofloor, she had been to therapist after therapist seeking that included verbal and physical aggression. Whenever saying he has saved their families from intolerable dysfunction, I know it’s almost as if they and Post’s detractors are describing two different people. Theibert and similar critics say Post’s credentials are questionable -he holds a Ph. Another thing that should make parents suspicious about Post, Mercer said, is his suggestion that conventional therapy is bound to fail and his approach is one that works. That said, about four years ago, on advice of a Henrico County social worker, she attended a Post parenting camp in Virginia Beach. She was so impressed that she ok her children to a Post family camp in Oklahoma City. Generally, denise Gallop, coordinator of children’s services for Hampton Division of Social Services, said a typical group home rate is $ 250 a day. Notice that hampton does not use Post’s program. Rate for Post’s Chesapeake group home is $ 457 a day, or $ 166805 a year. After Post ld her what I really needed to do was take her in my arms and hold her and give her a baby bottle, ice said she achieved a breakthrough with her oldest daughter.
There’s an emotional connection that gets met there for everybody, It’s kind of embarrassing to acknowledge that as a parent.
While drinking our beverages from a baby bottle, Ice said, more than a year after therapy ended, most of us are aware that there are still nights when our whole family will sit at totable, Mom included. She attributes their success to her own growth as a parent under Post’s tutelage. Just think for a moment. Day her children are doing well in school and have no serious behavior problems, Ice said. Department complied, and James said child is doing better now.
Two of toschool’s eight students wandered away from building throughout the interview and had to be rounded up from nearby neighborhood, as if to underscore topoint. Whenever requiring intervention from a couple of staffers, on a reporter’s subsequent visit a week later, a fight broke out. Ice was thrilled, when Post moved to Virginia. She got government adoption subsidies that paid more than $ 100000 for a year of intensive inhome therapy for her family. Just think for a moment. Theibert said her daughters have had nightmares about therapy for years. With all that said… Girl was placed in fetal position on tofloor, tightly wrapped in a flannel sheet.
Whenever urging her to fight her way out -as if being reborn -but restraining her when she tried and ignoring her cries for help, a dozen thick pillows were piled over her and two therapists and their assistants sat on top. Two therapists were convicted of child abuse and sent to prison. Duhaime had attended a training session in Norfolk led by Bryan Post, a charismatic young therapist from Oklahoma who claimed to have a revolutionary cure for emotionally disturbed children. Also, girl ‘s biological sister had been placed with a Chesapeake foster mother, Kathleen Herring. Although, while Herring said, her social worker suggested that her foster daughter, would benefit from Post therapy, at one point. I’m sure that the experience also had a ripple effect on another foster family.
Anyone who expressed discomfort with emotionally wrenching sessions was mocked and belittled, she said. Duhaime was taken aback. Post is licensed as a social worker in Oklahoma but was reprimanded by licensing board there in 2007 for unprofessional conduct regarding his degree claim. He was directed to include a disclaimer on his Web site and identical materials making clear that his degree is from an unaccredited school. You see, there were group sessions with other families, Theibert said, where Post recommended putting adolescents in diapers and giving them baby bottles. He suggested to at least one mother that she lick her child’s face like a mother cat does to a kitten. He carried on back in psychiatric hospital, after attempting suicide with a kitchen knife. Did you know that a year and a few thousand dollars later, Michael had gone from bad to worse. Besides, in an interview, Post ok pains to distance himself from that incident and from his mentor. Actually the last time I practiced Martha’s work was in 2001.
Welch’s approach is fearbased, he said.
His approach, in contrast, is lovebased, Post said.
We don’t do any forced holding of kids. Besides, I’ve moved night and day away from that. Basically the American Psychiatric Association and American Professional Society on Abuse of Children have issued position statements in recent years opposing use of coercive attachment therapy techniques and saying So there’s no peer reviewed scientific evidence that they are effective. However, Theibert ok Michael off his meds, post also insisted that no child needs to be on ‘antipsychotic’ medications. Mercer said both studies are unconvincing since, among other problems, samples were so small to allow any valid statistical analysis. Statewide, more than $ 440 million in federal, state and local money was spent last year on services for 18500 troubled children -nearly $ 24000 per child.