There were a few with whom I "dealt" with in the past. Still, currently, I have a psychologist ans a psychiatrist with whom I have regular Zoom meetings.
I had some issues with the first psychologist. She was great to bring in tools and recommend services etc, but she'd take the opportunity to hit me on the head when things didn't go her way. I always felt pulled by her and when she left, I had been debating for months prior, if I was going to still meet up with her or not. I had not considered any psychological help anymore, at the time, because I was blamed too often and it felt more harmful than helpful. Then, came a difficult time at least a year later, which lead a lady from an organisation I was in, to refer me to the services who brought me another psychologist.
The new therapist is not bringing as many tools and services to the table, but he is there to listen to me and adjust to what I live in the moment. With the past psychologist, she planned the meetings ahead of time and we had to follow her lead. Now, with the current psychologist, I feel like it might be less structured, but it does feel like meeting with a counselor, which feels better for me, to have someone to rely on and who won't make me feel like crap.
I also meet with a psychiatrist. She is a bit more strict, although I have a great relation with her. I think she's a bit in between what my psychologists were, in terms of approach. She asks me questions about things like social connections, routines/habits, how I am doing in different areas of my life. I do appreciate currently having this male psychologist and female psychiatrist. As for the past female psychologist, I learned many things from her, but I'm glad that things moved on eventually.