Mic, as a new member here, I am not totally familiar with your situation. All I can go by is what you have posted in this thread.
It appears that you have a problem with the whole "stigma" of seeing a psychiatrist and with being on antidepressants. The way I look at it, it is as simple as seeing a Dr. when you don't feel well, and he/she giving you a prescription for something that will make you feel better.
I'll assume that if you get a headache, that you would take some type of headache meds i.e. Tylenol, Advil, Bayer...But if you had a migraine or even a bad cold or cough that OTC meds fail to do the job, you would not hesitate to go to your Dr and say "I've got this cough that I can't get rid of" He/she writes you out a script, you go to the pharmacy, get it filled, take the meds, stop coughing, feel better.
It's basically the same thing. You don't feel well, see the Dr. He/she gives you a script, you get it filled, you feel better.
Don't worry the Pharmacist or pharmacy staff, whatever you are getting filled, they have seen it before, and much worse, and they don't make any judgments. I practically live at the pharmacy between my wife and my meds hee hee. They all know me by name and it is a huge grocery store pharmacy.
So please see the Dr. Get your meds. Feel better.