Hate to break it to you, but part of every therapy is prevention of relapse and not being face-to-face with people only pushes things towards it.
It is extremely important for a person, exiting successfully mental illness due to therapy to get social "face-to-face" as you would say. Its not just about communication, but the empathy - you need the other person's chemical processes not only for psyche, but for your own chemical processes.
If you ask me - I am free from obligations on this anonymous forum, so I speak what I believe is right - re that CBT, but focus on human interactions, not on the illnesses themselves. By far, you understand the therapy well enough to see the results of such of a focus and their reflection on your future life.