So, of course, everyone's issues with that are different, so if anyone else has different mental health and trauma problems from mine that interact in a different way with therapy, you're welcome to also ask about it here. At the moment, I've been trying to look into DBT. The problem with that, aside from executive dysfunction (I have extremely low spoons and am currently trying to spend them on stuff like not forgetting to apply for college for next year), is mainly trauma-related. First of all, I just don't feel safe around therapists at all and am hypersensitive to what pings me as manipulation tactics (and DBT is just full of those), and secondly, I ended up with dissociation issues - which, if people such as these are to be believed, is contraindicative for traditional mindfulness exercises. This is also the case for psychosis and paranoia, both of which I've had issues with in the past. So basically, what I'm asking here is: since everyone seems to agree this is what I need to do, and cherry-picking safe practices from it would be bad, what is the best way to either avoid these issues or get over them quickly enough?