I dont know how far you are in the therapy. But yes this thinking that the therapy is not working and is making you worse is an ant. I experienced this as well.
The thing is you need to be consistent with the therepy. I feel the most important part of the therapy is catching the ants and realizing they are irrational thoughts. Then tell yourself that you dont want to keep thinking this way.
Also believe that you can get better. What you firmly believe comes true. If you don't think the therepy is going to work then your brain will seek out ways to validate this ant. Turn the tables on this ant by realizing the progress your making. Turning the tables on all your ants is also crucial. This is how we get rational with ourselves.
If you believe a situation will cause you anxiety then it will. If you believe that you can't socialize with people then you will have a hard time doing so. Your putting too much pressure on yourself. Having these beliefs is sabotaging yourself.
Staying calm and accepting yourself is necessary. Remember the fighting paradox. What you resist persist. Try not to focus too much on the ants or your anxiety. Loosen up and choose to be happy. I know is hard but you need to start loving yourself. One day at time it doesnt happy overnight.
And stop caring so much about how people see you and what they think of you. Its not the end of the world if someone doesn't like you or if you do something embarrassing. Dont flood yourself but dont avoid either. NO beating yourself up.
Hope this helps