Our expert says:
I'm interested to hear of CBT group therapy, as I've not yet seen any good reseach convincing me that using this very personalized method in a group is as effective as individually - but it may be more practical and affordable in that format. I hope it will be helpful.
Velnor would not be my choice of drug to help social anxiety disorder, from amongst the many potentially useful antidepressants available. There are numerous alternatives if it is not suiting you.
The reactions you describe also sound as though some individual sessions would benefit you - you may be excessive in rejecting aspects of yourself as false and "facade", and unrealistically hard on yourself, under-estimating your degree of genuineness. Try discussing this with your CBT group therapist.
Maybe your expectations are a bit too unrealistically impatient, though ul;timately achievable
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