It's kind of funny you mention this. Sometimes psychologists can't look into your mind, but at the same time, they do have to use psychobabble. It kind of fits the job. Lots of times, I suppose because quietness on the patient's part, they won't see a pressing matter or if they do, they might try to solve it for you. Or not solve it at all. It's a delicate balance, for sure.
Anyway, what I really wanted to mention is that I'm seeing a new psychologist who, well-meaningly asked whether I preferred he talk a lot or a little. When I circled "a lot" on the sheet, he then proceeded to dominate the conversation. I couldn't get in a peep. I was listening to him! I guess psychologists are funny like that. You're a subject, a case, a "human" but yet its not entirely professional to advise or inject personal opinion which a lot of people will respond to sometimes in a good way. :/
Ok. So you're depressed. I need to find out your history, family, name, number, assume it has affected you or make a conclusion and voilà, I've figured it out. You're depressed.
Edit: perhaps I should see a prison psychologist. They could probably diffuse a situation pretty quickly. That is, the situation up here (points to head).