Find a therapist that you are comfortable talking with. You want to have a sense that this is a person with whom you can develop a trusting, respectful relationship. It needs to be a good fit. A recommendation from a good friend can be helpful.
Therapists have many different ways of working. Some focus on behavior. Some focus on thoughts. Many focus on emotional experience. Still others focus on relationships, conflicts, identity issues. Most therapists probably focus on all of these areas, but to differing degrees. It’s a matter of emphasis.
A variety of professionals do psychotherapy. Should you see a Marriage and Family Therapist, Clinical Social Worker, Psychiatrist, Drug and Alcohol Counselor, Psychologist?