Our expert says:
Sounds like you need good legal help more than psychological --- and it sounds likely that the boy's psychological state will quieten down if you can get cusody, and ive him the stablity she has denied him. To move him so ofen, and move in to a crowded trailer with 4 other kids would be an obvious explanation for adjustment Disorder, and blaming a divorce several years earlier is rather a silly diagnostic conceit. I know of no benefts from clonidine prn in such a situation, and would prefer it to be prescribed after proper assessment by a child psychiatrist rather than a GP. I wouldn't like to suggest dosages at such a distance.
Make sure you document all of her failures to share relevant information with you, and her interference with his father's elaionship with him and his other caregivers. It sounds ominously as if she is determined to use the boy as a weapon in her ongoing battles with his father.
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