I'm surprised no one's answered up to this interesting prost yet. I know my response will not give you the recommendation you're seeking, but I offer it as a perspective for others to consider.
First, if a person has any belief, respect, or concern for the God of the universe, they should know that seeking advice from any psychic source is an abomination to the Lord - a serious enough offense to warrant death to those delving into it.
Ever since Houdini exposed all of the famous psychics of his day as frauds, most rational people have come to recognize this to be the case. Like false religious prophets though, the business continues to prey on vulnerable, misguided people by providing, in most cases, vague or deceptive advice.
I believe there are exceptions though, with some people truly interacting with evil spirits in order to see outside the physical realm of time and space. The Bible has an excellent case of this detailed with the possessed slave girl of Acts 15 who was a legitimate, successful fortune teller. There's no reason to discount the possibility that certain others today could also be tangling with the evil spirit world. That is, after all, the reason for today's huge growth of the wicca movement. For some, it's a way to gain power or control; for others, it's a lucrative business.
If I had a friend or loved one intent on going to a spiritual medium of any sort, I'd first identify the act as sinful. I'd then suggest that they're wasting their time and money on worthless or bad advice. And third, that any truthful advice would more likely be coming from the Devil than from God. There's no good outcome possible for this scenario.
If my friend remained intent on going to a psychic, I'd offer this final suggestion in accordance with the Bible's account of King Nebuchadnezzar in Daniel 2. The king had a troubling dream, so he consulted all his magicians, enchanters, sorcerers and astrologers. In order to determine the accuracy of their council though, he didn't just ask them for an interpretation of his dream, but asked them to detail the dream itself. This of course proved the folly of their ways and was done only by Daniel with Divine intervention. In my view, this would be the only way to approach a psychic for advice. If they can't determine specifically what your problem is, having no possible inside information or foreknowledge about you, then their advice is worthless. If they can determine with certain specificity what your problem is, then their advice is dangerous. Consider the source.
Seriously, for good advice, I'd trust a sound minded friend over a psychic that's probably a fraud. And for any spiritual help, I'd suggest that praying to God is far more prudent than dancing with demons.