Our expert says:
I'd think a neurologist would be the guy for an EEG, though neurosurgeons must also be expert on making and interpreting them. Seeing a child psychologist would probably be the best ay to go, and could be very helpful. If the diagnosis of ADD is well made, and confirmed by the child psych, then it might be worth trying the effects of Ritalin, to see if it is helpful ; if not, it can be stopped. The same with antidepressants. The test should be their practical value, not theoretical ideas for or against them. Do they help him or not ?
The pictures sound fascinating --- what an ingenious way of showing a sense of the older brother trying to control him ( maybe trying to control even more > )
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