I see stuff like this in my custom google psychotherapy news item. It seens thgere is a run of research that says psychotherapy is better when intendive & psychodynamic. More effective than drugs or at least more effective than drugs on their own and so on.
This sort of research is dubious, but I know from so many years of work as a psychotherapy that it fits with my experience.
But there is a danger too, psychotherapy can go badly wrong with a bad therapist, and how do you know?
Easy to know one thing: boundaries. If there is anything other than meetings in the therapists rooms, for a fee then beware.