I have a major issue with confrontations around my supervisors and the program director of the agency where I work at. Every time they meet with me to address a concern, I get extremely anxious to the point that I break down and start crying, which makes me look weak to them and emotionally unstable. I take my job very seriously and am very devoted to the children that I serve. Even so, I fear that my job can be taken away at any moment (I have already been written up twice in less than a year). The last meeting that I had with the higher ups was a really emotionally intense one. It ended up with me breaking down as usual, them telling me that I need a certification in order to continue working where I am and me disclosing the fact that I have severe Major Depression and Generalized Anxiety Disorder. I am prescribed valium to relieve my anxiety, but I can't take it at work because I need to be very alert when working with children. Everything is fine when I am with the young and I enjoy what I do. But, when I am confronted with an issue by my supervisors/program director, things get too intense and I tend to lose control of my emotions.