Welcome to the forums and thanks for joining us.
I’m so glad that you’re looking for support for your daughter. As a young person with anxiety I think it would have been lovely for my family to try and support me!
This is a great question! To be honest I’m a little disappointed that I don’t know of any! Having done a bit of a Google though, I can find specific groups but it really does depend on the state you’re in. ARCVic has a list - but of course they are Victoria only, and WayAhead for NSW.
Here are some general links -
If you let me know what state you’re in (not your town/city) hopefully I can get something a little more specific! It might also be worth trying to search on google specifically for your town. Community Health centres also have support groups but they may not be advertised on the internet.
Support for your daughter
Croix asked in his post why you think treatment might not be successful, and I’m interested to know that too. Do you know what they’ve been working on - or what type of psychologist they are?
Sometimes it can be about waiting (especially if they’re building up a relationship and learning to trust), other times it can be about the approach (finding a more practical based one), other times it can be about just having the right fit.
You may even find that having a joint appointment (with you and your daughter), or an appointment of your own can be helpful. That way you can kind of collaborate on ways you can help or what it is that would be most helpful right now.
She may even find it helpful to attend a support group on her own - that way she can learn about anxiety, practice her skills and get to know others that are in the same boat.
I hope that this gives you a place to start. If there’s any other resources you’d like feel free to sing out - like books etc.
(Also sorry for the long post! Hopefully it’s not too overwhelming :) )
Hope this helps,