Lord, have mercy.
I echo what JT said above in that you need to get back on medication, under appropriate supervision, as soon as possible. Until that is addressed, marriage counselling is not what you need to focus on, as you won't be in the right place to benefit from it. Nor will your wife if she doesn't want it, and if you push the issue you will only make it worse.
Bear in mind too how much your wife has got on her plate. The stress of a move, missing the support of friends nearby, adjusting to being married, pregnancy and all the physiological and emotional changes that go with it ...... I expect she still loves you dearly, but is probably completely worn out! Counselling in those circumstances would just be yet another thing for her to cope with, and she may be quite relieved if you were to tell her you've realised you don't need it. Cut her some slack, love her as best you can, apologise to her for where you've upset her (which is an essential part of any marriage), and see what happens.