Just like mental health treatment is a bit if a misnomer, Recovery is an inaccurate term in mental health as well. Recovery implies a certain degree of healing has occurred and now you have the process of returning as close as possible to the person's previous state or condition before the injury or illness. Recovery implies that "treatment has been done", but we tend to use treatment and recovery almost synonymously in mental health. If anything treatment is the means of achieving recovery. But then neither term is accurate in its common meaning.
Anxiety is what happens when emotions are avoided. Not people, not places, not things, not events (yeah, all that stuff gets avoided too). It's emotions that count in avoidance.
Psychosis maybe what happens when the message of our emotions are ignored for too long.
If emotions are trying to tell us something, and they get more intense when we don't pay attention to them and actually go so far to suppress and sublimate them , then it's possible they could re-emerge as extra-sensory stimuli in individuals with brans susceptible to distortions in sensory integration.