Our sspx priest does not help women. He tells them to see their doctor to get drugs.
There are many priests who don't understand women very well. And that's only natural since many of them have not had any serious (intimate) relationships with women. It's difficult enough for men to understand women even after being married to them
. Now try to imagine never knowing any women very closely. So they punt when it comes to women's issues. I've known some priests who advise women to seek counsel from their husbands (even if a large part of the problem has to do with their very relationship with their husbands). In many cases, they just don't know what to do. I think that this may be one benefit of the married priests they have always had in the Eastern Rites. Priests also sometimes have very little to say about issues that parents have with their children, not having had children of their own. So the priests can be very good and laying out the principles of Catholic theology regarding women's relationships, but often struggle to apply these within the context of how women think. But the prudential considerations involved in how to apply these principles to specific situations involving wives and children can escape them. We men sometimes find ourselves trying to impose our male thought patterns on women ... even when we've been in intimate relationships. Much more so for priests who have never had such close relationships. In convents, women act as the primary spiritual advisors to the other sisters, and there's a lot to be said for that. Priests could help educate the Mother Superior about the principles involved, and then she can try to apply them to the Sisters.
So, if a woman might be struggling with emotional issues, hey, maybe meds (liked SSRIs) could help. It's a sign of desperation from a man trying to understand women. Now, if there were religious Sisters near women, as there used to be in the good old Traditional days, women could seek counsel from women religious. While these woman also would (generally) not have had serious relationships with men, they could at least speak to the women in their own language ... as it were.