I was not sure if you were joking about how screwed up you feel. I am sure you know it, but that is all normal, usual, therapy stuff and lots of folks make it through fine.
I talked to ten and visited three therapists before selecting one (the one I already wanted because I felt like crying when I first talked to her on the phone). I freaked when the first one I visited started talking about meds. I thought that she must think I was really screwed up.
It actually sounds great that you have the domains and a map of what to work on already set-up. Even if it does seem like a lot, you?ll make it through, and youll have us with you.
You know the other version: When you dont know where youre going, any road will take you there.
I had not thought of this in a while, but before I started real therapy, I had done so much on-line work, that I would take a notebook full of it with me. It was a comfort thing, you know sort of like I had my group with me.
The therapist would let me read out of it, when I would get a loss for words (pretty often at the start)
About half way through, I did not need the notebook any more, and would just usually put it under my foot.
But at any rate, when you get to the hard parts, take us along in your heart and mind.
Best to you,