No, she is not. I am considering taking her to a psychologist because she has been having big issues..... So I am really wonder what is going on and considering sending her to a psychologist. It is just that from our experience, there are year long waiting lists for psychologists so it is going to be a while before she can even get an initial appointment.
What about taking her to a counselor or therapist? Some one with a master's degree or PhD in psychology rather than an MD?
I'm personally a big fan of talk therapy. Meds are appropriate in some cases, but I would try talk therapy first. It shouldn't take any time at all to get her in. In my city, so many people have had to drop counseling because of the economy that most therapist have empty slots.
If I were you, I'd start making calls and ask a few questions. I'd ask what experience they have with teen girls and what their general approach is. I also ask about their religion and how they feel that effects this sort of work, but that's more of a judgment call. I've been in and out therapy forever (I'm a survivor of child abuse) and the person is really important than the credentials. One of my favorite counselors had a master's in social work. It is also my experience that if a counselor sees someone and feels that they need to get into a psychiatrist, they can make it happen really fast.
If money is part of the issue, I'd check into free or reduce fee services in your city. Because the trigger incident was sexual, she may qualify through some sort of agency that deals with survivors of crime. Some of these do not require police reports or anything like that. Many have lots of experience with young women who cannot remember what "happy" feels like. It doesn't hurt to call and ask.
I'm very sorry for what your DD is going through. I remember your post from the time this was going on.
And with everything else going on with her, I think that telling her to follow her bliss would be good advice. She deserves to be happy. From what the others are saying, if she get into Julliard, it will be paid for and she will get work afterward, so those things aren't the concerns you thought they were.
She deserves to be happy.