Might need to switch therapists, explaining from the get-go what has been the pattern so far. If you are a reader, there is a book on DBT therapy for BO, and lots of other issues, but they seem to be similar, and the book does help you analyze what you're doing/why. Not a brilliant plan, just some thought provoking ideas if you are there.
You're doing the basics right? No alcohol, sugar, caffeine, trying to get out and walk in the fresh air and sun a few short times a day at least, going to bed the same time, waking up every day same time. Eat a little something solid 3x/day. Drink water.
If you want to push it into high gear, some have said that exercising at a program someplace, or something you can build up into like running is good because your body will make endorphins. This is lofty, I can't hardly get up and down the stairs, thanks to spending so much time on my *** Also, simple meditation, affirmations, etc. Google for that.
And avoid those people who are toxic..they don't improve, and I haven't been able to figure out how to grow a thick skin to repel their crap. Cut the conversations short if nothing else, really have to be going now, don't make an excuse, just get away.
There's something called the Happiness Project, I didn't read the book but it has been published all over the world and is soon to become a TV show. Not a documentary. I am on that email newsletter, interesting, and I may just spring for the book.
Meds may have helped me some at the beginning, but poop out. Especially if you're young, under 60, I would say do all the basics as a life-long habit. Try not to isolate, get out and go anywhere even if you aren't "with people". Movies are nice
Respect baby steps. Most work gets done an inch at a time. Just break ground.
Some get annoyed that people are so odd; lucky folks know that's the fun part.