Our expert says:
Good to hear that you have begun to see significant changes for the better, in your daughter. It is essential that her psychiatrist should not discharge her until he has had a good sit-down session with you, her spouse, and anyone else who will be involved in caring for her, so you can all understand what she may need, and the best ways to be effective in caring for her.
This is not the same as a "family session" with a family group as a whole, and including her, to work on other, broader issues - it's about the urgent practicalities of how best to be helpful to her, and understanding what may help and what may not.
I don't think it necessary to "go behind her back", and this is one of the reasons why it's best for the therapist to make it chear that this is a routine session he recommends to advise you on how to help and on what wouldn't be helpful, and though she would probably not need to be present, she could tell him what she would find useful advice to give you and others.
And as Purple says, emphasize to her how sensible people would admire her for showing the strength and wisdom to get the help she needed.
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