Way to say it Julie, that's exactly what I was going to say.
Sometimes it takes a while (which is even more anxiety causing and frustrating) to find a therapist that suits you and works well with you. I suggest, although I know how difficult it will be to do, you tell your current therapist your feelings and how you feel sometimes after leaving the sessions. It's good to have an honest communication with your therapist and you need to do what is good for you, don't worry about hurting their feelings, because at this point you need answers and you need to be selfish with your therapy.
Maybe keep an eye out for another therapist, it took me several until I found one that I think works best for me. Group therapy though has been the best help for me. Even though I couldn't imagine myself talking about personal issues with other people, and it was hard at first, it's been the best help I've received so far, way better for me than one on one therapy and medications.
Be assertive with your mental health, you deserve it! I wish you luck and keep us updated.