I've been through so many therapists I can't even count. I've had them fall asleep on me
(and I'm a pretty good conversationalist, if I do say so myself!
I've had psychs tell me about their problems, I had one psych who had OCD himself and would walk around the room arranging objects while talking to me. My latest psychiatrist is ok except that he likes to talk about current events for whatever reason, I don't know if he's sizing me up somehow regarding my memory, mental status, or what, but a few days ago we spent 45 minutes talking about current events (war, the congressional scandals, etc.). Hang in there. There is help out there, and we do have to help ourselves the most, but I can tell you this: while "therapy" (and I've tried many different types of therapy) CAN be helpful, for severely anxious and agoraphobic people, medication is usually needed at least for a while, or during rough patches. Take care, hang in there!