Our expert says:
It doesn't sound as though the therapy was much use, though something of that sort is clearly needed here. Surly a diferent therapist would be a good idea --- and, depending on the qualifications of the therapist, maybe first a careful assessment by a good local child psychiatrist or child psychologist, to be sure there is a clear diagnosis and clear goals for therapy. Issues that need to be dealt with include being a spoiled and pampered child, maybe having unrealistic expectations from others. his tantrums, and just to find better ways of handling situations in which he feels picked on. He can learn not to let other children's opinions be so very important to him. It is indeed likely that part of what's happening is a matter of attention-seeking, but unless one examines WHY he feels a need to demand atention in this lurid way, simply sayin so isn't in itself very helpful
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