If you have a certain number of times that insurance will cover therapy, you and your therapist need to come up with a list of goals for you to meet. For example, if you're in therapy for anxiety, then you want to focus on anxiety and not other issues, which would take up your therapy hours. I think that being in therapy for years can be helpful for people with many serious issues. A great therapist will help you figure out your issues, and find ways of coping and working through your stuff on your own so that you don't become dependent on therapy. It seems like you need to talk with your therapist about what you hope to get out of therapy, and come up with a plan for meeting those goals.