Firstly, I'm sorry that someone, I don't know who, has caused needless delays in putting your question to me, so I can answer it.
Sounds like a reasonable and orthodox treatment plan. Maybe you're finding it a bit harder than it might be, because of carrying a full load of work and home responsibilities. Could you reduce those stresses even moderately, for a couple of months ?
Antidepressants can be helpful for some people, but people taking them often report this sensation of being emotionally numb. So this could be a drug effect.
What is necessary for the best outcome is a good and realistic treatment plan. I can understand the temptation for your psychologist, to want you to be admitted to a clinic, because it an be easier to control these situations when someone is in bed and with nurses available ! In my experience, though, some people, perhaps like yourself, who are workaholics, being required to be in a clinic while something important is going on at work, may be more stressful than being able to deal with important work matters, even with some sensible delegation of some tasks to colleagues.
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