Confessing another's faults is the highest duty we owe to the truth, as Ambrose Bierce once said [quoted from memory].
"Clergy say the rise in therapy and self-help may be a contributing factor in the decline in Catholics' going to confession."
I think it's more the denial of sin.
Always a line at our church, which has confession seven days a week, unlike the Novus Ordo parishes where you can't find a confessor except by appointment.
How would she know?