I am sorry to hear the problems you are experiencing with your daughter. You do need to sit down with her --- be very supportive, as it sounds you have been, and explain to her that you love her and it upsets you terribly that she is not getting herself back on track --- i.e., getting healthy enough to get back to college. Tell her you would like her to have a consultation with a therapist so that she could get herself back on track.
I appologize for not mentioning that she has been seeing a Kaiser therapist monthly, but I want this therapist to give her homework or something to work on until they meet again. Due to the fact she is 20 my access to the therapist or information is severely limited. As her parent I can say something 20 times and she wont listen, but I was hoping the therapist could say the same thing and get a positive response. My concern is that garbage in garbage out. If my daughter is not giving her the full picture of what is going on then she gets less out of it.
Yes, unfortunately, she is no longer a minor and you cannot have access to the therapist. What I would do is write a letter to her therapist, highlighting everything. Your daughter won't like it. The therapist won't discuss anything with you but the botXXXXX XXXXXne will be that they have all the information.