Well, to put a positive spin on your therapy issue....I think there are times in our life where we need to step back and learn from something that might not have gone down the way you think.....she heard you weren't happy with your relationship.....I got the impression that attempts to work it out wasn't to your satisfaction................you now have all the options you need. You have the option to interview other therapists and give any one you want a one time try (I have given T's a 4 session try....and I know by the 4th session if we are a good fit)...it's enough time to examine their qualifications and therapy styles. You have the option to do some home therapy reading and journaling. You have lots of options regarding what you do with this outcome......all with the knowledge that she didn't pull the plug. You can look at this positively, ......and document how well you will manage from week to week without weekly therapy, and what issues you are struggling with....if any. It could give you time to think about what you'd like to accomplish next in life, with health, work, home lie, and maybe give you time to step back from trauma processing, work on your health, and pick up a new hobby and just have some fun time for you! Breaks can be healthy if you spin it in a positive manner.