Our expert says:
Firstly, using properly research validated modern psychotherapy methods, pychotherapy usually does not need to last for 2 years, these days, unless unproved and obsolete psychoanalytic methods are being used.
HE doesn't sound very experienced or skilled, if the situation is as you describe, and he imagines that by pretending that nothing is happening, you can both usefully just ignore this.
It sounds as though he has personal problems which are interfering in his attempts to be useful to you, and as though he is maybe not sufficiently skilled to deal with situations like this.
You should very seriously consider ending this therapy that has lasted so very long and lead to such an emoptional empasse, and consider seeing instead a modern CBT oriented therapist, which may be able to help you clear up any real problems you have, within months
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