Our expert says:
Is your medication being managed by a GP or a psychiatrist ? If the former, then it is recommended that a psychiatrist review such situations when the situation becomes complicated. I'd prefer that you have a thorough re-assessment of your diagnosis and treatment by such a specialist, rather than for me to try to guess at second-hand.
I'm surprised that CBT, if properly done, did not help - I have never been convinced that psychodynamic therapy works at all, and good evidence for its effectiveness in any condition is hard to find. Maybe your new therapist is using a newer variation rather than the out-dated and disproved old psychodynamic methods most of us have long since abandoned.
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