Miss_S reads @May_Otterview's comment and tries not to remember all the time she has spent with actual psychologists and counselors. #lifeofMiss_S
SIDE NOTE: I can certify that psychiatrists don't act like that - they are usually colder and more analytical. If you want to know what actual psychiatrists are like, I would carefully recommend the works of Dr. Paul Meier and Frank Minrith, most specifically Don't Let the Jerk's Get the Best of You. That's a pair of Christian psychiatrists who are good to learn from. However, you may want to wait until you are a little older before getting into that.
The reason why is this: the sin nature of man is an ugly thing and psychiatrists face it head-on in some of its most nasty and ugly forms. Psychiatry and psychology are not for those with a thin stomach. Also, some of the terms and stuff might go over your head too. I got away with reading the book I just mentioned when I was 10, but still.
Until then, understand that psychology/psychiatry, at its best, is analyzing the sin nature of man and the myriads of problems it can cause us, and using the Holy Spirit, prayer, God's word, etc to beat said nature down in order to solve specific problems in people's lives.