As this post stated earlier, I live with claustrophobia. I have been diagnosed as functional and have been doing well for many years. However, for the first time in my career, it has affected my job. The company I work moved to different building and remodeled the new area. Prior to the move, I was in a cubicle in an open area. However, with the new move, I was placed in a windowless room (the "window" is actually 12' - 15" overhead) and has one entryway. My desk is seated directly in front of the door. The way my desk is situated, my back is to the door. I went to my supervisor and explaned and was advised I needed to provide a note from my dr. Provided temporary note this am. I was then advised I had to leave work because they need to know a) the dimensions that are needed b) what work modifications are needed to accomodate my disability. It's not like I am asking for shorter work day, I am just asking not to be placed in a closed in area.
Ladies/Gentlemen, am I asking to much?