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Re: Vista RTC Utah School- any stories or reviews??

Thank you very much for your entirely uninformed viewpoint.

"Counselors" aren't therapists.

"Parents are reluctant to acknowledge having made a serious mistake after spending thousands on failed or fraudulent treatment services." By this logic, nothing expensive would ever by criticized by anyone. No one would, for example, sue a law school they had attended, or complain to a car manufacturer about a lemon. Oh wait ... they do?

If you say the people who are most familiar with a subject can't be counted upon to describe it accurately, then there's no way to discuss that subject.

As for the logic that fear of being sent back would make a kid lie and say good things about the program - I don't understand that at all. So: when a kid comes home from an ordinary summer camp and says, "It was pretty good; the food was decent; I learned a lot about sailing," that's a series of lies motivated by the fear of returning, and an obvious sign there was something desperately wrong with the program, right?

You don't know me. You don't know my kid. You THINK you do. Your confidence that you do does not argue for your credibility or judgment.

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