I'm wondering if anyone has any information on different treatment options for non-acute problems? Brief summary of my issues: I've been diagnosed with social phobia, panic disorder (without agoraphobia), anxiety-NOS, generalized anxiety disorder, recurrent major depressive disorder, bulimia nervosa (mostly recovered from, now I'm officially ED-NOS). I don't know if I can have all of these at the same time, but they've been what I've been diagnosed with over the years. This past spring I was actively suicidal and self injurying frequently, and was in a hospital for a few weeks. Okay, so now I'm not suicidal and am not in crisis. However, I still have a lot of issues, mostly anxiety related. I rarely leave the house. I am unable to answer a telephone. I'm on psych leave from grad school, and I go into panic whenever my parents bring it up. I can't apply for a job because I'm too afraid to talk to people. I am still *able* to leave the house, but it is getting increasingly stressful to even run small errands. My mood isn't low or depressed - its mostly just apathetic. I spend the majority of my day in my bedroom solving sudoku puzzles. I do see my therapist once a week, which is once a week that I am still able to leave my house. My dad accompanied me this past week, and although it was scary, he was basically saying what I was thinking too. He can tell that my anxiety problems are getting worse not better, and he's at a loss as to what to do. I am incredibly lucky, my dad is really supportive of me even though I'm old and he has every right to kick me out of the house. My therapist didn't really have any suggestions, although she said she would look into it. Other than weekly therapy, does anyone have any information about more intensive anxiety treatment? I'm not suicidal at all right now - so its not like I need to be in a facility where I'm on constant suicide-watch. But something needs to change, and I'm not really sure what else to do.