She is most likely a patient at a local pediatric and young adult eating disorder clinic at her local hospital. She's passing off her hospital selfies as super special CF treatment for a super special baby girl to hide the ED hospital treatment. I find it hard to imagine that ED treatment would not include some kind of therapy element.The surgery scenario reminds me of when I went to the school nurse complaining of headaches every day so I could go home. Turned out to be a huge self-own when she was like “OK you might be getting headaches because you can’t see the board, let’s test your eyes.” I ended up with glasses at age 7. Anna is getting invasive surgery for a condition she likely doesn’t have but so he doesn’t get sued, the doctor has to open up her body just to check.
Does she go to therapy? This is 100% untreated or mistreated mental illness.
Therapy isn't like some TV show where you talk to a gray hair old woman for an hour about your feelings and then are suddenly better. Therapy is meant to give you the tools to help you help yourself. The therapist is a guide to assist you. They can't force anyone to do the hard work it takes to become a decent human being. Forcing Anna to go to therapy doesn't matter as long as she does not want to change. She's a grown ass adult woman and can refuse medication and medical care.