Who is who?
Counsellor? Psychotherapist? Psychologist?
There is a lot of overlap in all three professions; however, they do have their differences, and one of which is in their level of qualification.
Typically psychotherapists undergo a longer training than counsellors. While counselling psychologists have a higher level of qualifications - typically doctorate degrees.
Another difference is in the approach used:
Counselling psychologists tend to approach therapy from a more scientific angle. Psychotherapists use several approaches to deal with issues you may be facing but at a more greater depth than counsellors whom usually addresses more short term and acute issues.
The amount and variability and level of experience is not determined by their title, and therefore we would encourage you to look into the therapists profile including their specialities to see which therapists is the best match for you.