If you obviously walk in circles and you are tired of it. If you are in a situation where you are unbearable and you obviously cannot cope with it on your own. If you understand that you are clearly not about something understand and want to figure it out.
Well, in conclusion I will add. It seemed to me that in the question, turning to a psychologist is seen as a kind of extreme measure, almost surrender - in general, something so unpleasant and undesirable that it should be done only in an extreme, unbearable case.
This is, of course, a fairly common point of view in our society. But after all, no one heals their teeth on their own and does not refuse to visit the dentist - there are simply questions that need the help of a specialist.
So you can safely go to a psychologist and not having a feeling of his absolute necessity - no one is forcibly holding anyone there and cannot do this in principle.
And there you can already draw conclusions - do you need the help of a psychologist or not, which one, etc. In general, a test drive is useful. )
First, you need to read about who psychologists are. These people don't solve your problems. These people teach you to understand how problems are solved. These are psychology coaches. If you are ready for training, go to psychologists. But as in the gym, the coach will not do the exercises for you.