In many cases the result will be the same anyway- prescribe, prescribe and prescribe again Which in reality is not a treatment but a suppression- a 'holding' pattern.
I wonder how many thousands of people present at doctor's surgeries with vague symptoms which really are an indication of some psychological unease or mild depression.
I have an elderly relative who is notorious as a hypochondriac and in reality we and the doctors know that he should have been treated many years ago psychologically rather than medically but there are very few properly trained psychologists in Ireland and the profession is still very much in its infancy in Ireland.
There is a huge stigma attached to even seeing a psychologist still and in fairness there is the danger of the US system where if you don't have an analyst at some point in your life you aren't successful
I would predict that in decades to come schoolchildren will be taught some basic coping mechanisms when young that help- the stitch in time scenario and giving children a greater understanding of the interaction between body chemistry and moods will be a fundamental learning.
Schools used to have psychologists in a way when they had 'chaplains' but then they were more like commissars of a certain mindset. I think all schools should have at least one trained psychologist available.