Thank you for being so brave in opening up about your needs in recovery. If you are 100 percent certain that the therapists are telling others about your condition find someone new, explain the situation and start with a person you can build trust with. But you must be 100 percent certain they are breaching your confidentiality — not merely a suspicion. I am saying this because unless you have proof and the breach of confidentiality wasn’t because they feared you would hurt yourself or others, then you must talk to them about revising, enhancing, or completely changing the plan for your recovery.
Secondly, consider a residential treatment facility. If you are feeling this depleted then a residential treatment might be needed to break the cycle of addiction.
Finally, look for a group therapy format outside of twelve-step that helps individuals get and stay clean. These are typically outpatient facilities that are community-based and use group therapy to help keep people accountable.
Until these changes in your approach to therapy kick in, you may want to visit our forums to continue getting ideas and support.
Wishing you patience and peace,
Proof Positive Blog @ PsychCentral