Was closed for being off-topic, but at the moment of writing already has 2 reopen votes. Am I missing something? Has our policy of we don't do 'should I' questions changed while I was eating dinner? Do we no longer close questions that need professional help?
Since this still hasn't had any guesses I'm going to throw out a guess that some these votes are stemming from users who have enough reputation to do so now but don't actively participate in meta conversations enough to know that this question is very much off topic.
Sometimes I feel that people vote to close when they don't know how to answer a question and vote to open when they think they could say something useful, instead of voting based on site guidelines.
You ask what is so good about that question?
It is a question of someone with an important personal problem looking for an answer. A good answer could possibly change the life of the OP in a significant way.
We have here all the time questions like: how can I ask this girl out or how can I talk to her etc. Some of these questions are skillfully asked to fit exactly the rules of this site. But if they would not get any answers nothing important would happen or not happen. They are not really important.
For me it seems the therapy question is important and it is a real challenge for the OP. Wouldn't we feel better if we could help the OP to find a good answer?
And that's the answer to your question: It is an important question and a good answer might make a big difference in the life of the OP.
Edit: I find it amazing that I have lots of down votes for this answer. It is an answer. Maybe not the answer you like to read but it is an answer why some people think this is a good question. If you don't like to hear answers which don't fit what you expect why do you ask?