Things went well.
At first she was very stern and in a way intimidating "are you here for medication?"
I told her "No, I am here to seek professional help, I'm unsure of what I want to do and I'm seeking more information."
I mentioned I have scheduled to participate in CBT locally, I signed a release of information.
She softened up as things went on, I even got to the point of breaking down, crying, I had felt she understood me and an emotional wave went through me like pulling a drain stop.
My heart rate was 164/100 and pulse at about 90, not sure if the Diastolic is correct but I think so.
She became very helpful and I was given the feeling of trust and honest help.
She was happy to hear my college plans and my interest in attending Therapy, even said medication WITH therapy is more effective that going without.
She has gotten me on a Zoloft plan, I questioned about the sub therapeutic dosage, and she said that's what I'll do for the first week.
She paired it with Klonopin to ease any anxiety spikes, I plan on taking it as needed but she still insisted twice daily, and prescribed me that amount, I will probably do this as follows until I hear from her further on if it can be taken as needed.
She also told me not to be afraid to ask her to fluctuate the dosage of the benzodiazepine and that it is better to find the comfortable and optimal dosage.
I'll start the Zoloft tomorrow, I am already optimistic.
Diagnosed me pretty heavy in Social Anxiety and very minor acute PTSD. I have scheduled follow ups and told her I would keep in contact.
Thank you all for your help and advice, if you have any pointers of opinion, feel free to let me know.