Just a few ideas on therapy from my own experience, if I may. First of all, if you are feeling bored or exasperated, by all means tell your T. She is taking things slow so as to gain your confidence and trust, but if you don't need all those preliminaries I would just say, "Look, I'm really okay about talking about these things and what I feel I need to do is make progress." She may have something to say about the idea of progress in therapy for CSA, but in any case she will be glad to hear you are okay with moving forward.
Second, go ahead and tell your T how you feel and where you think you need help. Again, she will be glad to hear it. I got used to the idea of being open and frank with my T, but it did take me awhile.
I wonder sometimes if our difficulty in getting the most out of therapy goes back to our childhood, when abuse taught us the false lesson that what we need doesn't matter and no matter what we want it won't be granted. For me, at least, one of the most liberating experiences I had in therapy was learning that I really was the master of my own destiny (as Mike and Scotia stress) and that while the T was important as a guide through the rough spots, a lot depended on what I was prepared to expect from myself, as opposed to what I expected from therapy.
Nobody living can ever stop me
As I go walking my freedom highway.
Nobody living can make me turn back:
This land was made for you and me. (Woody Guthrie)