I once had sessions with a Freudian analyst - never again. There are certain rules analysts must follow - be opaque to your client, say little, always plan for endings. My analyst didn't seem to obey the rules. It started well enough, but soon became very confusing. She would tell me about her family one week, and the next week would tell me she wasn't allowed to talk about herself. Sometimes I was a "special" client, sometimes she was cross with me for some imagined slight. One New Year she lost her temper with me because I hadn't sent her a Christmas card - "all my clients send me cards". And one day, out of the blue, she said it was my last session.
Fortunately, I was robust enough to survive her, but I vowed never to get involved with Freud again. I'm sure a more professional Freudian would be fine, but I'm not risking it. My therapist at the moment uses ACT - acceptance and commitment therapy - but I don't know much about it yet. My aim in therapy is to get rid of angry feelings I still have towards the RAF after the catastrophic way in which I left. We'll see if ACT cuts the mustard.
I spent 16 years in the RAF defending the Free World , then got bunged out unceremoniously for being bipolar. I and was subsequently diagnosed with PTSD. Funny old world, isn't it?