Worried about CBT therapy
So after going through a couple therapists that I found incredibly fake and lacking in knowledge, I believe I finally found the 'right one.' She's very kind, compassionate, empathetic, intelligent. She's also suffered from anxiety and depression during her past-time.
We had a great first session, and I was really looking forward to the next. However on the second session I kinda felt like we were meandering and didn't get very far. Most of it was a waste of a session. On the third session, we started on CBT and I didn't feel like we were heading on the right path. It felt kinda superficial, in a sense. She was telling me all this basic stuff and how my negative thought patterns are influencing bad behavior and that they should be changed. I really wanted to tell her that this is stupid and that I wanted to delve into my deeper issues and go to the root of them and such, but out of respect for her I tried to take the session seriously.
I don't know anymore. I've been doing some reading on psycho-dynamic therapy and felt that was what I wanted. She's the only therapist that I've felt that is actually qualified for the job, but I'm very doubtful about CBT. It seems like it would help people who only have mild anxiety and/or depression.
What should I do at this point? Try to give it another go? Or call it quits. She's a lovely person but I can't help thinking I'm going nowhere and that CBT is ridiculous. But obviously I'm not qualified to say so, and would like to hear your opinion on the matter.