There's hundreds of threads here about issues getting or keeping a medical when getting some form of therapy, it seems always in the sense of being diagnosed with depression or having taking anti-depressants. Let's assume I need to continue holding a medical to keep getting paid. I'm able to function just fine, but reality is I've got issues going back a long ways and I'm getting to the point where I need to start working on them for myself and my family's sake. No desire to get put on meds and while I wouldn't call myself depressed, I could see someone potentially diagnosing me as such without my desire or consent. It seems that sort of label is what causes problems. My employer does have a bunch of good employee assistance program options, some of which are labeled "anonymous" but I don't imagine that entirely works as written on the surface. Assuming I'm going into this from the perspective of someone who 1) is trying to make some improvements in life and 2) wants to not jeopardize my medical, are there realistic options, or is it just a case of have to make a decision to take a risk? The reality is there's nothing I haven't been living with for decades, but maybe 2020 has helped me realize that I'd be better served by trying to deal with some of these things.