Our expert says:
Tragic story --- but she really needs to sit down and discuss this with the counsellor, whho frankly doesn't seem to be coping very well with the task of helping this kid. Only someone who knows alkl the relevant details can advise properly on such a sad and complex case. You can tell her that there is NO gener that influences such behaviour, and it is psychological influences from his own experiences, that will have been relevant here. And if the current counsellor isn't able to be more effective, she should get a second opinion and a different thterapst. Such things are always easier to change when working with a child than allowing this to drift on until he becomes an adult who still behaves in this wsy.
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