I honestly hear that
Okay, as a routine confessant (likely word doesn’t exist, but it would mean the one who makes a Confession.) As one, on a really routine basis - O’ how I stumble and fall; O’ happy fault of Adam! I have gone through a dozen or more of priests. Just remember though: they are human, and they are called to priestly Apostolic Sacramenal Ministry. Each person is unique with their talents, gifts, and treasures. Some have charismas like the one you most emphatically want. And others don’t have. Be patient. I suffer this too. We’re all in the same boat, the storm is unsettling. We all want to walk on water through our Confession, as Saint Peter sought the counsel of Christ. And yet, he sank. We do too. But Jesus gave him courage and lifted him out of the water. You and me, the same. Just by going to Eucharistic Adoration can help. Just as Saint Peter kept going to Christ out of the boat.
I have had a priest, during Confession, offer me to go to his psychological seminar after saying it sounds like I have OCD. Mind you, in his ability as a man (just as Saint Peter meant well in telling Jesus not to go to Jerusalem.) Because, Jesus observed and told him: you think like men do. Priests will do the same. But the priest still gave me absolution. Another priest just said I was scrupulous, but also gave me absolution. And then my greatest and best moment in Confession was an Irish priest who could read my conscience, and that was the most memorable moment of Confession. The best. Because when I went to receive Jesus, in the Mass, I received Jesus from him. The priest offering me Jesus, said my name. It broke the tomb of my heart to Christ like Lazarus being called out of his grave. Then there were other times spiritual insight seemed broken and inconsistent between priests. But then again, God said: My ways are above your ways.
It just takes time. Keep going. Do be careful, cautious, prayerful. But do not be afraid. Be gentle as doves, but prudent as a serpent in the end.