Hi KatB65, we also went through a long time of taking our teen to a multitude of different psychologists/psychiatrists/doctors and feeling that nothing helped them. Currently I am trying a different approach which is still knackering and scary but I feel a bit better about. I have made an agreement with our teen that I will (try very hard) not to force them to see anyone else till they are ready. It is very hard and still scary. But I am offering respect for their feelings, understanding that they cannot really express themselves asides from just feeling very bad. We have a lot of home days and sometimes now I excuse myself for a time out if I am getting too frantic with the situation. NB - we are not dealing with threat of suicide so I am not saying don't use professionals. But some conversation around acknowledging their feelings are legitimate and have no particular time frame (very difficult) This has opened up some conversations about what type of help they would like - and it is different topics than I would have expected. Listen to them. Or just be with them. We watch a lot of Netflix, do many night time drives, and sit in the sun outside. We also avoid or ignore family/people who make unsolicited suggestions like "socialise" or "go bike riding". I have my own professional supports in place just for me and I discuss my teen with them. That helps a lot. It is super tough but you are certainly not alone in this.