It's very important to feel like you have found a good fit with your therapist. If the therapist makes you feel uncomfortable for any reason at all, talk about it. If your therapist talks a lot about themselves, takes phone calls during your sessions, forgets sessions, is unethical in billing practices or often picks you up late, perhaps these are not good signs. Trust the fit. The therapeutic relationship is essential to the effectiveness of the work you do on your behalf.
Sometimes it's not a good fit. That's ok. The therapist should refer you to two colleagues and warmly send you on your way.