I know how you feel. I have been sent to 2 psychologist and also 2 psychiatrists. Three were not very good. The fourth is a psychiatrist who is just wonderful and has made my life so much easier.
My first experience with a psychiatrist was one with who gave me advice that indicated I have to get used to the situation, which was causing my depression and anxiety. Three years later I still wasn't 'used to it'.
The second was a psychologist who charged more than I could claim back so I was paying about $68 out of pocket. I wouldn't have minded had she been good, but she always left me waiting 10 minutes and then ended the session early. Also, she never responded to phone calls or messages. leaving me feeling anxious about when my next appointment would be, if ever.
The third was one who never seemed to remember who I was when she saw me sitting on the stool outside her office door, and then started the session by talking to me while typing on her computer. 'So, how are you?' and I'm supposed to talk to her back. She made a fuss about giving me a note for work, which I needed. And I left the session feeling more anxious than before I went in.
The fourth is wonderful. A psychiatrist, and I do pay more but I don't mind because he helps me. He organised a return to work plan, with adjustments to my work load and environment, and fewer hours. I'm starting to feel safe at work for the first time in many many years. I now get out of bed and go to work without taking sick leave. Plus the medication is helping.
This is my first post, but yours attracted me, because I don't have faith in therapy.