I am really proud of you for reaching out and getting help, that is awesome! Think of it as a good thing that your first therapist is referring you, you hopefully won’t feel as uncomfortable with your next therapist. In saying that, it is likely to be a little awkward when you are seeing any therapist for the first time, so don’t give up on the next one unless you are really sure.
Here are some things to keep you going:
Maybe try talking to a teacher or the school counsellor about it. Your school should have policies against bullying, so teachers are obligated to do something about it. If you start talking to the counsellor then they may be able to help you out with your home situation as well xx
That could be a sign of OCD, but it may not be OCD if it doesn’t cause significant distress in your life (not saying that it doesn’t - just letting you know so you are aware). Since you have already been diagnosed with GAD and panic disorder, it is likely that your fear of food poisoning could be stemming from one of them xx
You could do, those are definitely symptoms of it. If you are worried about it I would recommend going to talk to a doctor/counsellor about it as they will be able to tell you for sure.
Just sit down with them at a time when they aren’t busy and don’t have to rush off and do anything. Start out by telling them that you have noticed your doing compulsions and obsessions (maybe give some examples) and then say that you think you may have OCD. It might help to have some websites your can refer them to, or some printed out information because a lot of the time, parents don’t believe their children in this situation. Remember to stay calm and take deep breaths. You can do it xx