I figured I’d offer my insight on selecting a therapist for your daughter since I have some experience in researching therapists myself. Before I continue on any further I should state that I am the sister of a T1D patient- so I am not a patient or parent myself, but I do hope I can offer you the unique perspective of someone who has experienced this disease indirectly for the past 10 years.
I am not sure if you are familiar with a website called Psychology Today but this website has a search feature to look for potential therapists. You can filter searches by geographic area, specific areas of expertise, and the age range that a potential therapist would work with. So, you could search for a pediatric therapist that practices in the Metro Detroit area who happens to specialize in chronic illness- I recommend using the chronic illness filter as psychology today does not have a T1D filter to my knowledge. Based on those results you can see the profiles of individual therapists and from those profiles you can contact a therapist for more information about their background, expertise, and therapeutic orientation. If psychology today does not yield any good results I would recommend asking for a recommendation from either a support group in your area or from your daughter’s care team. The quality of the therapeutic relationship is highly important so I’d recommend your daughter have as much input about her potential therapist as possible… and if your daughter does not “click” with a therapist don’t get discouraged just keep on looking. The right therapist will turn up.
As far as the pump goes, I remember that it came within two weeks after my mother ordered one for my brother. Same with the CGM too if I recall correctly- but do not take that too literally as I am no expert on insulin pump/CGM ordering and shipping. The pump and CGM are both wonderful pieces of technology and are dynamic tools to have for T1D management.
I wish you, your daughter, and your family all the very best. Good luck and take care.