My name isXXXXX and I am a psychiatrist who practices in New York. Let me start off by saying that you must be very frustrated. Let me share with you my thoughts and I would like to end off by asking you for more information.
There are times that mental health professionals appear not to be paying attention when people inflict harm onto themselves. This could occur when the mental health professionals believes that the patient is attention seeking or relieving emotional pain when they inflict the harm ( I am not saying that either applies to you, I am just giving possibilities for why they may not appearing to be much concerned when you hurt yourself in the past).
Now, it is quite interesting that you provide a picture that you are paranoid but you did not list schizophrenia or any other psychotic disorder as one of your diagnoses. However, that is no a contradiction as social phobia as well as other psychiatric disorders may have psychotic aspects as part of their presentation.
Now it is clear and obvious that you would benefit from medications and therapy. Concerning medications, I would recommend that you discuss the medication called lamictal with your psychiatrist. The rationale for this is that you may have the diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder and lamictal is used by psychiatrist to help patients with the urge of inflicting bruises on themselves. Concerning therapy, I think you should discuss with your psychiatrist having someone do a therapy called DBT with you. This therapy is very helpful for people who have urges do hurt themselves.
Let me end off by asking you some questions.
1. What medications are you taking now?
2. What did your suicide attempts consists of?
3. What medications have you tried in the past?
Best of luck,