yeah, you should really do your own search for a counselor. Don't know if you are from the U.S. or what, but some of the insurance companies provide pretty good descriptions of what the counselors' specialties are. Like if they specialize in people who were abused as children, the description might say that. Or if you notice somebody near your home or office, you could look up their website or Google them and see if they sound like OK people. I have found these are not the worst ways to pick a person. Also, sometimes friends or people at work are VERY open about their doctors, mental health providers and that can be a start.
Reactive arthritis, diagnosed 2010. Hypertension. Taking Methotrexate, Norvasc, Mobic. Former user of SSRIs and various mental health providers for anxiety, depression.